Fiscal Year 2013 Recommended Budget Book - Lake County

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Fiscal Year 2013 Recommended Budget Book - Lake County

Lake County, FloridaBoard of County CommissionersRecommendedBudgetFiscalYear2013


The photos on the cover of this document highlight the county’s businesses and workforce.Lake County places great emphasis on being the most business-friendly county in Florida. The LakeCounty Board of County Commissioners continually work to help create a robust and healthy economyfor its citizens and businesses by dedicating significant resources to economic development efforts.


TABLE OF CONTENTSTable of ContentsA. Budget MessageB. Budget OverviewTable of Contents .................................................................................................... B - 1General Lake County InformationHistory of Lake County .......................................................................................... B - 3Lake County Organization Chart ............................................................................ B - 4Lake County Commissioners and County Manager ............................................... B - 5Lake County Commissioners/Elected Officials/Appointed Officials ..................... B - 6Lake County Deputy County Manager/Department and Office Directors ............. B - 7Lake County Commissioner Goals and Focus Areas ............................................. B - 8County Budget Made Responsible ......................................................................... B - 10Population of Cities and Unincorporated Lake County .......................................... B - 11Per Capita Personal Income .................................................................................... B - 12Unemployment Rate ............................................................................................... B - 13Consumer Price Index ............................................................................................. B - 14Assessment/Property Tax InformationChart of Taxable Values and Millages ................................................................... B - 15General Fund Gross Taxable Value ........................................................................ B - 17Property Tax Highlights ......................................................................................... B - 18Classification of Property/Residential Improved Property ..................................... B - 19Countywide Ad Valorem Tax Rates ....................................................................... B - 20Stormwater Management, Parks and Roads MSTU Tax Rates .............................. B - 21Fire Emergency Medical Services MSTU Tax Rates ............................................. B - 22Non-Ad Valorem Assessments ............................................................................... B - 23Revenues and ExpendituresExpenditures by Category ....................................................................................... B - 25Revenues by Source ................................................................................................ B - 26Expenditures by Department .................................................................................. B - 27General Fund - Revenues and Expenditures ........................................................... B - 28General Fund Expenditures by Category ................................................................ B - 29General Fund Revenues by Source ......................................................................... B - 30General Fund Expenditures by Department ........................................................... B - 31General Fund Expenditures by Constitutional Offices/Judicial Support/Board of County Commissioners ...................................................................... B - 32Personnel Authorizations – Lake County Board of County Commissioners andConstitutional Offices ....................................................................................... B - 33


TABLE OF CONTENTSC. SchedulesTable of Contents ................................................................................................... C - 1Comparison of Operating Budget to Total Budget ................................................ C - 3Department/Fund Matrix ........................................................................................ C - 4Estimated Fund Balances ....................................................................................... C - 5Reserves and Contingencies – All Funds ............................................................... C - 7Reserves and Contingencies – General Fund Detail .............................................. C - 9Unrestricted Reserves and Contingencies Charts .................................................. C - 10Operating Budget by Major Revenues and Expenditures Categories .................... C - 11Revenues by Fund .................................................................................................. C - 23Expenditures by Fund ............................................................................................ C - 25Expenditures by Department – Operating Budget ................................................. C - 27PersonnelPersonnel Authorization Summary – Full Time Positions By Department ........... C - 29Personnel Authorization Summary – Full Time Positions by Fund andDepartment ....................................................................................................... C - 30Position Additions and Deletions ........................................................................... C - 33Capital OutlaySummary of Capital Outlay by Fund ..................................................................... C - 37Detail of Capital Outlay by Fund ........................................................................... C - 39D. Financial PoliciesTable of Contents ................................................................................................... D - 1Financial Structure ................................................................................................. D - 3Budget Policies ...................................................................................................... D - 5Debt Management Policies .................................................................................... D - 6Grant Policy……………………………………………………………………… D - 7Purchasing Policy……………………………………………………... ................ D - 8Budget Calendar ..................................................................................................... D - 9Budget Process…………………………………………………………………… D - 10E. Budget by FundTable of Contents ................................................................................................... E - 1Countywide FundsGeneral ................................................................................................................... E - 3County Transportation Trust ................................................................................. E - 8Lake County Ambulance ....................................................................................... E - 10County Library System .......................................................................................... E - 11


TABLE OF CONTENTSE. Budget by Fund (continued)Special Revenue FundsLibrary Impact Fee Trust ........................................................................................ E - 12Parks Impact Fee Trust – Central District .............................................................. E - 13Parks Impact Fee Trust – North District ................................................................. E - 14Parks Impact Fee Trust – South District ................................................................. E - 15Road Impact Fees – District 1 ................................................................................ E - 16Road Impact Fees – District 2 ................................................................................ E - 17Road Impact Fees – District 3 ................................................................................ E - 18Road Impact Fees – District 4 ................................................................................ E - 19Road Impact Fees – District 5 ................................................................................ E - 20Road Impact Fees – District 6 ................................................................................ E - 21Fish Conservation ................................................................................................... E - 22MSTU – Stormwater Management ......................................................................... E - 23MSTU – Parks Services .......................................................................................... E - 24MSTU – Roads Services ......................................................................................... E - 25Emergency 911 ....................................................................................................... E - 26Resort/Development Tax ........................................................................................ E - 27Greater Hills MSBU ............................................................................................... E - 28Law Enforcement Trust .......................................................................................... E - 29Greater Groves MSBU ........................................................................................... E - 30Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue ........................................................................... E - 31Village Green Street Lighting ................................................................................. E - 32Greater Pines Municipal Services ........................................................................... E - 33Picciola Island Street Lighting ................................................................................ E - 34Valencia Terrace Street Lighting ............................................................................ E - 35Lake County Environmental Recovery .................................................................. E - 36Building Services .................................................................................................... E - 37County Fire Rescue ................................................................................................. E - 38Fire Services Impact Fee Trust ............................................................................... E - 40Employees Benefit .................................................................................................. E - 41Animal Shelter Sterilization Trust .......................................................................... E - 42Grant FundsCommunity Development Block Grant .................................................................. E - 43Public Transportation .............................................................................................. E - 44Affordable Housing Assistance Trust ..................................................................... E - 45Section 8 ................................................................................................................. E - 46Federal/State Grants ................................................................................................ E - 47Restricted Local Programs ...................................................................................... E - 48Energy Efficiency and Cons Block Grant .............................................................. E - 49Debt Service FundsPari-Mutuel Revenue Replacement Bonds ............................................................. E - 50Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service ............................................................................ E - 51Public Lands Program ............................................................................................. E - 52Expansion Projects Debt Service ............................................................................ E - 53


TABLE OF CONTENTSE. Budget by Fund (continued)Enterprise FundsLandfill Enterprise ........................................................................................... E - 54Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care..................................................... E - 55Capital Projects FundsParks Capital Projects ...................................................................................... E - 56Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects ................................................................. E - 57Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects – PW ....................................................... E - 58Emerg Comm Ops Center…………………………………………………... . E - 59Public Lands Capital Program ......................................................................... E - 60Facilities Expansion Capital ............................................................................. E - 61Internal Service FundsProperty and Casualty ...................................................................................... E - 62Employee Group Benefits ................................................................................ E - 63Fleet Management ............................................................................................ E - 64Administrative Services ................................................................................... E - 65Totals for All Funds ......................................................................................... E - 65F. Operating Budget by DepartmentTable of Contents ............................................................................................. F - 1Operating Budget by DepartmentCommunity Services ...................................................................................... F - 5Organization Chart ..................................................................................... F - 6Department Description, Goals and Objectives ......................................... F - 7Departmental Summary ............................................................................. F - 9Administration ........................................................................................... F - 10Health and Human Services ....................................................................... F - 11Housing Services ........................................................................................ F - 12Public Transportation ................................................................................. F - 13Performance Measurements ....................................................................... F - 14Capital Outlay ............................................................................................ F - 17


F. Operating Budget by Department (continued)TABLE OF CONTENTSConservation and Compliance ............................................................................. F - 19Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F - 20Department Description, Goals and Objectives……………………………… F - 21Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 23Administration .................................................................................................. F - 24Animal Services ................................................................................................ F - 25Code Enforcement Services .............................................................................. F - 26Home Heating Oil Recovery ............................................................................ F - 27Probation Services ............................................................................................ F - 28Storage Tanks ................................................................................................... F - 29Performance Measurements .............................................................................. F - 30County Attorney ................................................................................................... F - 33Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F - 34Department Description………………………………. ................................... F - 35Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 36County Attorney ............................................................................................... F - 37Property Management ....................................................................................... F - 38County Manager ................................................................................................... F - 39Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F - 40Department Description, Goals and Objectives………………………………. F - 41Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 44County Manager ............................................................................................... F - 45Budget ............................................................................................................... F - 46Procurement Services ....................................................................................... F - 47Information Outreach ........................................................................................ F - 48Economic Development and Tourism .............................................................. F - 49Performance Measurements .............................................................................. F - 51Facilities Development and Management ........................................................... F - 55Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F - 56Department Description, Goals and Objectives……………………………… F - 57Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 59Administration .................................................................................................. F - 60Facilities Maintenance ...................................................................................... F - 61Jail and Sheriff Facilities Maintenance ............................................................. F - 62Energy Management ......................................................................................... F - 63Performance Measurements .............................................................................. F - 64Capital Outlay ................................................................................................... F - 65


F. Operating Budget by Department (continued)TABLE OF CONTENTSGrowth Management ........................................................................................... F - 67Organization Chart ........................................................................................... F - 68Department Description, Goals and Objectives……………………………… F - 69Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 72Administration ................................................................................................. F - 73Building Services ............................................................................................. F - 74Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant .................................................. F - 75Planning and Community Design .................................................................... F - 76Performance Measurements ............................................................................. F - 77Human Resources ................................................................................................ F - 79Organization Chart ........................................................................................... F - 80Department Description, Goals and Objectives………………………………. F - 81Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 83Human Resources ............................................................................................ F - 84Performance Measurements ............................................................................. F - 85Information Technology ...................................................................................... F - 87Organization Chart ........................................................................................... F - 88Department Description, Goals and Objectives………………………………. F - 89Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 92Administration ................................................................................................. F - 93County Technology .......................................................................................... F - 94Geographic Information Services .................................................................... F - 95Information Systems ........................................................................................ F - 96Programming and Application Support Services ............................................. F - 97Records Management ....................................................................................... F - 98Telecommunications ........................................................................................ F - 99Performance Measurements ............................................................................. F- 100Legislative ............................................................................................................. F- 103Organization Chart ........................................................................................... F- 104Department Description………………………………. .................................. F- 105Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F- 106Board of County Commissioners ..................................................................... F- 107Public Resources .................................................................................................. F- 109Organization Chart ........................................................................................... F- 110Department Description, Goals and Objectives……………………………… F- 111Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F- 115Administration ................................................................................................. F- 116Agricultural Education Services ...................................................................... F- 117Library Services ............................................................................................... F- 118Parks and Trails ................................................................................................ F- 119Performance Measurements ............................................................................. F- 121Capital Outlay .................................................................................................. F- 122


F. Operating Budget by Department (continued)TABLE OF CONTENTSPublic Safety .......................................................................................................... F- 123Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F- 124Department Description, Goals and Objectives………………………………. F- 125Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F- 127Administration .................................................................................................. F- 128Communications Technologies ........................................................................ F- 129Emergency Management .................................................................................. F- 131Fire Rescue ....................................................................................................... F- 132Performance Measurements .............................................................................. F- 134Capital Outlay ................................................................................................... F- 135Public Works ......................................................................................................... F- 137Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F- 138Department Description, Goals and Objectives………………………………. F- 139Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F- 143Administrative Operations ................................................................................ F- 145Engineering Operations .................................................................................... F- 146Environmental Services .................................................................................... F- 147Road Operations ............................................................................................... F- 149Capital Improvement ........................................................................................ F- 150Covanta ............................................................................................................. F- 152Solid Waste ....................................................................................................... F- 153Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care ..................................................... F- 154Performance Measurements .............................................................................. F- 155Capital Outlay ................................................................................................... F- 158Constitutional Offices and Judicial SupportConstitutional Offices ........................................................................................... F- 159Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F- 160Summary ........................................................................................................... F- 161Clerk of Courts ................................................................................................. F- 162Property Appraiser ............................................................................................ F- 164Sheriff ............................................................................................................... F- 165Supervisor of Elections ..................................................................................... F- 167Tax Collector .................................................................................................... F- 168Judicial Support .................................................................................................... F- 169Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F- 169Summary ........................................................................................................... F- 170Circuit Judges ................................................................................................... F- 171Guardian Ad Litem ........................................................................................... F- 172Juvenile Justice ................................................................................................. F- 173Legal Aid .......................................................................................................... F- 174Public Defender ................................................................................................ F- 175State Attorney ................................................................................................... F- 176Capital Outlay ................................................................................................... F- 177


F. Operating Budget by Department (continued)Other Operating BudgetsTABLE OF CONTENTSDebt Service .......................................................................................................... F- 179Schedule of Debt Service Requirements .......................................................... F- 181Non-Departmental ............................................................................................... F- 183Summary .......................................................................................................... F- 183General Fund Non-Departmental ..................................................................... F- 184Expenditure Detail ........................................................................................... F- 185Infrastructure Sales Tax Non-Departmental .................................................... F- 186Lake County Ambulance ................................................................................. F- 187Special Assessments ........................................................................................ F- 189G. Internal Service FundsTable of Contents ................................................................................................... G - 1County Manager .................................................................................................. G - 3Organization Chart ........................................................................................... G - 4Departmental Summary ................................................................................... G - 5Fleet Management ............................................................................................ G - 6Performance Measurements ............................................................................. G - 7Human Resources ................................................................................................ G - 9Organization Chart ........................................................................................... G - 10Departmental Summary ................................................................................... G - 11Property and Casualty ...................................................................................... G - 12Employee Group Benefits ................................................................................ G - 13Performance Measurements ............................................................................. G - 14Non-Departmental ............................................................................................... G - 15Departmental Summary ................................................................................... G - 17Non-Departmental ............................................................................................ G - 18


TABLE OF CONTENTSH. Capital Improvement FundsTable of Contents .................................................................................................... H - 1Facilities Development and Management ........................................................... H - 3Organization Chart ............................................................................................. H - 4Departmental Summary ..................................................................................... H - 5Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects .................................................................. H - 6Facilities Expansion Capital Projects ................................................................ H - 7Non-Departmental ................................................................................................ H - 9Departmental Summary ..................................................................................... H - 11Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects .................................................................. H - 12Capital Outlay .................................................................................................... H - 13Public Resources ................................................................................................... H - 15Organization Chart ............................................................................................. H - 16Departmental Summary ..................................................................................... H - 17Parks Capital Projects ........................................................................................ H - 18Public Lands Capital Program ........................................................................... H - 19Public Safety .......................................................................................................... H - 21Organization Chart ............................................................................................. H - 22Departmental Summary ..................................................................................... H - 23Emerg Comm Ops Center .................................................................................. H - 24Public Works ......................................................................................................... H - 25Organization Chart ............................................................................................. H - 26Departmental Summary ..................................................................................... H - 27Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects .................................................................. H - 28Capital Outlay .................................................................................................... H - 29Capital Improvements by FundSummary of Capital Improvements by Fund .......................................................... H - 31Detail of Capital Improvements by Fund and Department ..................................... H - 32I. AppendixTable of Contents .................................................................................................... I - 1Supplemental Information and Demographics ....................................................... I - 3Open Purchase Orders by Fund .............................................................................. I - 9Glossary of Terms ................................................................................................... I - 33


July 12, 2012Honorable Members of the Board of County Commissioners:I am pleased to submit to you the Recommended Budget for Fiscal Year 2013. The proposed Fiscal Year2013 budget totals $379,822,392. The operating budget is $289,838,070. By comparison, the Fiscal Year2012 adopted budget totaled $420,320,269, with an operating budget of $317,832,922. The differencebetween the total budget and the operating budget is that the operating budget nets out inter-fundtransfers, capital project funds, and internal service funds.The Fiscal Year 2013 Budget will be the sixth year ofdecline in taxable property values. During the pastyear, countywide taxable values dropped an additional6.2 percent from $15.6 billion to $14.7 billion,contributing to a total 34 percent reduction over thepast six years. The total Fiscal Year 2013 budget issimilar in size to the Fiscal Year 2005 budget. Thesize of Lake County Government has been reduced tonear 2005 levels, while the population has increasednearly 20 percent.Starting in December 2011, the Board of County Commissioners had three Budget Workshops to reviewthe financial health of the County and in particular the General Fund, using a financial model developedinternally.There have been additional challenges including legislative changes that have made balancing the FiscalYear 2013 budget even more difficult. During the 2012 legislative session, a bill was passed regardingMedicaid that changed the way the State will collect Medicaid payments from the individual counties.Instead of billing counties and allowing them to disqualify discrepancies such as double-billings, wrongaddresses, or those incorrectly attributed to a specific county, the State will be deducting paymentsdirectly from shared sales tax revenues due the county. In addition, the State will be billing counties forthe estimated backlog of unpaid Medicaid billings going back 10 years. The liability for Lake County isexpected to increase from $2.7 million in Fiscal Year 2012 to an estimated $4.3 million in Fiscal Year2013. In addition, the transfer from the General Fund has been increased by $713,041 to help fund theTransportation Disadvantaged program. The program was being partially funded through fund balanceand a healthy reserve. The reserve has been depleted as fuel costs have steadily increased and Medicaidreimbursements have decreased.P.O. BOX 7800 • 315 W. MAIN ST., TAVARES, FL 32778 • P 352.343.9888 • F 352.343.9495Board of County Commissioners • www.lakecountyfl.gov


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 2The other significant challenge to the General Fund has been the opening of the new Court Houseexpansion building. This facility is approximately 168,000 square feet with holding cells, court rooms,and offices. It is anticipated to open in the fall of 2012 with annual operation and maintenance costsexpected to be nearly $1 million per year.My challenge since taking the position of County Manager has been to reduce the size of countygovernment, without reducing services to our citizens. In addition to declining revenues, we are entrustedby the citizens of Lake County with being good stewards of our local funding and resources. Our goalhas been, and continues to be, to provide thebest quality service at the lowest possiblecost. Since Fiscal Year 2008 the budget forthe General Fund has been reduced by nearly29 percent. This was accomplished, in part,by the elimination of 152 positions. We havebeen able to continue to provide the citizensof Lake County with the core services theyexpect. We are at a point where, for thesecond consecutive year, expenses areexceeding revenues and driving reserves toan unsustainable level. This is anunacceptable trend and with the slow pace ofeconomic recovery, it is extremely unlikelythat property values will suddenly increaseand generate additional revenues.In order to balance the budget and maintain an acceptable reserve, I have had to implement a two partstrategy. The first step was to further cut expenses and the second step was to implement the “Roll Back”millage rate to stabilize revenues. I directed the County Departments to reduce their overall budgets byfive percent within the General Fund. The Chairman and I met with each of the Constitutional Officersindividually to convey the dire need to reduce expenses as property values continue to drop and GeneralFund reserve levels continue to erode. The County Departments reduced their budgets by nearly $1.5million or 4.8 percent. Overall the Constitutional Officers reduced their budgets by five percent with theSheriff reducing the transfer for operations from the General Fund by more than $2.6 million.The second step needed to balance the budget and maintain an acceptable reserve is to stabilize AdValorem Revenues. The Recommended Fiscal Year 2013 Budget includes changes to three millage ratesincluding the General Fund, Public Lands Program-Voted Debt, and the Stormwater, Parks, and RoadsMSTU. The General Fund Budget has been prepared using the “Roll Back” millage rate of 5.0816.Setting the millage at this level will keep Ad Valorem Revenues at the same level as Fiscal Year 2012 andthus will keep reserves at 16.8 percent of expenditures. This will meet the County Policy of a minimum of15 percent reserves. The change in the Public Lands Program-Voted Debt millage is needed in order tofund the principal and interest on the debt that was issued in 2007. Historically, there was a very healthyreserve that funded debt payments as property values declined. The reserves have been exhausted,prompting an increase in the millage from 0.1101 to 0.1900. However, properly funding the debt serviceis extremely important in order to maintain the favorable bond ratings the County has with the bond ratingagencies.


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 3The Stormwater, Parks, and Roads MSTU is split between Stormwater and Parks with no fundingallocated to Roads. It is the main funding for operations and maintenance for both programs. The Parksand Trails Division has been receiving an increasingly larger allocation due to the addition of new activerecreation parks, leaving no funding for new stormwater projects. With property values declining by 6.88percent for the MSTU, it has left both divisions with operational challenges. The Stormwater Section ishaving to fund operations partly from reserves. The Parks and Trails Division is having to reduce therepair and maintenance budget and is left with no operational reserves in case of an emergency. In orderto balance these budgets and provide some needed reserves to both divisions the ‘Roll Back” millage rateof .5412 has been used to prepare these budgets for the Recommended Budget. The Lake CountyAmbulance MSTU and Fire MSTU were not considered when changes to the millage rates were beinganalyzed. A change to the Lake Ambulance MSTU was not considered because of $1.8 million inremaining funds from the closeout of the Lake Sumter EMS Corporation that will be transferred to theLake County Ambulance Fund. Also, Lake EMS was able to reduce their subsidy by an additional fivepercent while holding fees steady. The Fire MSTU was not considered because the Fire Rescue Divisionhas held expenditures below expectations and has managed to keep a sufficient reserve in the County FireRescue Fund.General Fund ReservesThe General Fund has been an area of concern and major topic of discussion during the course of threeBoard workshops during December, May, and June. The estimated fund balance in the General Fund tobe carried over to Fiscal Year 2013 is $32.7 million. This fund balance is allocated as follows for FiscalYear 2013:Economic Stabilization/Development Reserve$ 19.5 millionReserve for Purchase Orders .8Operating Expenses 12.4Total$ 32.7 millionThe economic stabilization/development reserve and the reserve for purchase orders totals $20.3 million,which equates to 16.8 percent of operating expenditures for Fiscal Year 2013, exceeding the minimumreserve of 15 percent required by Board policy.Capital ProjectsThe County continues to invest in Capital Improvements where funding is available. The sources offunding vary and include impact fees, the Renewal Sales tax, and grants. A detailed list is included in theRecommended Budget Book including a number of Public Works road projects. Several of these projectsare noteworthy. First, the Court House Expansion, which is a 168,026 square foot facility, should becompleted by the fall of 2012. There is also a smaller project to renovate part of the existing Court House.The Emergency Communications and Operations Center began construction during the third quarter ofFiscal Year 2012. It is expected to be completed during the second quarter of Fiscal Year 2013.The Fleet Complex is under development at a former industrial facility adjacent to the Christopher C.Ford Commerce Park north of Groveland. This building includes two metal buildings, one over 9,000square feet and the other over 30,000 square feet in size. The larger building is being renovated for a


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 4combined fleet facility for the repair of all Board of County Commissioners’ vehicles including generalfleet operations, fire, and mosquito control. The smaller building is being renovated as a Radio OperationsCenter. The expansion and renovation of the Lake County Animal Services facility is moving forwardwith construction set to begin during Fiscal Year 2012 and completion in early Fiscal Year 2013.HighlightsI want to highlight the Growth Management Department and the Office of Economic Development andTourism. These are areas where specific direction was given by the Board and we have been successful inmeeting those expectations. The Growth Management Department has effectively met challenging goalsand implemented changes to benefit the citizens of Lake County. The inception of online permitting hasbeen a success and is a model to which other government entities are looking to duplicate within theirown Growth Management departments. Lake County is the first in the state to implement an on-linepermitting partnership with the Florida Department of Health. Growth Management has worked with theCounty Manager’s office and the Office of Budget in reducing their budget and privatizing certainplanning and building functions. The budget for Building Services has been conservatively managed, withall expenditures being scrutinized. Due to increases in building activity and revenues, this has allowed thestaff to return to working 40 hours per week and offer inspections five days a week.The Office of Economic Development and Tourism was formed one year ago to streamline theorganizational structure and to improve efficiencies in the promotion of economic development andtourism within Lake County. Economic development focuses on efforts that will strengthen LakeCounty’s existing businesses and local economy, while also making Lake County an attractive destinationfor relocating or start-up businesses. An Economic Action Plan, consisting of nine comprehensive goals,was developed through collaboration with the business community and interested citizens. The goals ofthe Economic Action Plan are wide-ranging and represent a well-balanced approach to economic andsocial prosperity.In support of the Economic Action Plan, the Office of Economic Development and Tourism has dividedLake County into three micro-regions. Because each region has its own unique character and distinctiveeconomic climate, a dedicated Economic Development Coordinator has been assigned to each region.The Coordinators’ sole focus is to remain constantly engaged with the businesses in their region. Withthis new pro-active and engaged approach, the County is better positioned to respond to the needs of LakeCounty businesses. Additional resources dedicated to each region include the development of “bricks andmortar” support centers. The Office of Economic Development and Tourism has developed threeBusiness Opportunity Centers (BOC), with one BOC located in each micro-region. The BOCs offer fullservicebusiness assistance to all businesses within each micro-region, regardless of size or business cycle,through both a Business Incubator Program and through support services offered by the Small BusinessDevelopment Center (SBDC).Lake County’s business attraction efforts are bolstered by a strong partnership with Metro Orlando EDCand a continued focus on ensuring that Lake County is well positioned to attract future growth. Thisincludes maintaining a business friendly economic climate and working with local partners to ensure thatthe County has an ample supply of available land with appropriate zoning and infrastructure. In addition,a new Economic Development website was created providing a much needed promotional tool and anabundance of vital economic development statistics and information for both existing and new businesses.


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 5Tourism in Lake County is actively promoted through multiple marketing strategies and targetedadvertising campaigns. Website listings, social media outreach, and promotional items, along with otheressential services and in-kind support are also provided to organizations. These activities generateaudience building for events, increase collections in the Resort Tax, and result in economic benefit to allof Lake County. A fresh focus on tourism “drivers”, such as sporting events and bird watching festivals,will capitalize on Lake County’s recognized assets and increase revenues from our proven markets. Anew methodology for evaluating and awarding tourism sponsorship funding was developed in 2012,which changes the focus by recognizing the overall economic impact of community activities anddecreasing the emphasis on bed nights. The new methodology provides more consistent and unbiasedresults through the usage of a statistical modeling system. In the last 12 months, Tourism has funded over50 events with an estimated economic impact to Lake County of over $40,000,000.Department Reorganizations and Other Changes:Public WorksDuring Fiscal Year 2012, the Board approved reorganizing the Public Works Department. The TrafficOperations function was moved from the Road Operations Division to the Engineering Division. TheFunding and Production Division was renamed the Environmental Services Division with several staffbeing relocated to the Road Operations Division.Public ResourcesDuring Fiscal Year 2012, the Parks and Trails Division made additional changes – shifting focus towardsmaintaining and keeping open for public enjoyment the more than 2,000 acres that make up the County’sten (10) environmentally-sensitive properties. As a result, realignment of staffing resources was necessaryand the Public Lands Program Manager position was deleted effective May 5, 2012.Conservation and ComplianceThe Florida Department of Environmental Protection is regionalizing the manner in which the StorageTank Program is administered. This change has resulted in the contracted services provided byConservation and Compliance being terminated effective June 30, 2012. Subsequently, twoEnvironmental Programs’ positions were discontinued due to the State grant/contract ending.Growth ManagementIn June 2012 the Board approved the reinstatement of Building Services employees to 40 working hoursper week, an increase from the reduced 32 hours per week staff had been working since March 2009.Secondly, it approved retention of a core group of Building Services employees (e.g., inspectors,permitting specialists) and will utilize the services of private vendors/contractors as permitting activityincreases. As permitting activity declines, the contract services would be reduced rather than reducingCounty staff.Departmental/Office Name ChangesIn June 2012, the Board approved changing the name of the Employee Services Department to the HumanResources Department. The change in name was made to better reflect the department’s role andresponsibility within the organization. Likewise, it is recommended that through the budget process theOffice of Information Outreach be changed to the Office of Communications.


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 6Fiscal and Administrative ServicesThe Procurement Services Division will be merged with the Office of Budget; the department will berenamed the Fiscal and Administrative Services Department.Facilities and Fleet ManagementThe Fleet Management Division will be included within the Facilities Development and ManagementDepartment, and the department will be renamed the Facilities and Fleet Management Department.These two realignments are being made where a combined approach will help in reaching the County’smission and fulfillment of services and will benefit both the internal and external customer.Personnel Changes/Full Time Positions:There are a total of nine vacant full time positions and five vacant part time library page positionsproposed to be eliminated in the Fiscal Year 2013 budget. Additional review continues to be conductedand further reductions may be proposed.The proposed Fiscal Year 2013 budget also includes the addition of 11 new full time positions. Abreakdown of these additional positions includes: three (3) for Public Works, one for each MaintenanceArea; a Trial Court Law Clerk for Judicial Support; and six (6) new Firefighter EMT/Paramedic positionsto staff the new Astatula station.Full Time Deletions (9):1. Vacant (Growth Management) Development Processing Manager2. (Growth Management) Sustainability Planner (limited duration position estimated to end inOctober 2012)3. Vacant (Conservation and Compliance) Environmental Specialist4. Vacant (Conservation and Compliance) Environmental Program Supervisor5. Vacant (Information Technology) Technology Asset Specialist6. Two (2) vacant (Growth Management) Senior Building Inspector positions7. Vacant (Public Works) Equipment Operator IV8. Vacant (Community Services) Program AssociateFull Time Additions (11):1. New (Public Works) Roads Maintenance Operator – Area I2. New (Public Works) Roads Maintenance Operator – Area II3. New (Public Works) Roads Maintenance Operator – Area III4. New (Judicial Support) Trial Court Law Clerk5. New (Public Safety) Firefighter EMT/Paramedic (6)Part Time Deletions (5):1. Vacant (Public Resources) Library Page (5)


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 7Full Time Positions FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Board of County Commissioners 780 738 741 743Constitutional OfficersClerk of the Court 225 216 216 208Property Appraiser 40 37 37 36Tax Collector 68 67 67 67Supervisor of Elections 11 13 13 13Sheriff 766 743 743 711Sub-total Constitutional Officers 1,110 1,076 1,076 1,035Total – Lake County 1,890 1,814 1,817 1,778ConclusionThe development of the Fiscal Year 2013 Recommended Budget posed some very difficult challenges toincluding property values falling another 6.2 percent, the additional expenses of Medicaid, the operationsof the new Court House expansion building, and the additional funding for the TransportationDisadvantaged program. It has been a difficult process. The County Departments have made a valianteffort to further reduce expenses and the Constitutional Offices have been instrumental in helping toreduce their expenses and reliance on the General Fund. These efforts, coupled with stabilizing the AdValorem Revenues for Fiscal Year 2013, will allow the County to maintain Reserves within the level setforth by policy.The recommended budget outlined in this document is only a part of what has been an ongoing andevolving process. There has been much already done including reorganizations, elimination of positions,and layoffs. The economy continues to improve, albeit at a very slow pace. There is still much uncertaintyand concern as to the future, and a very conservative approach is prudent and must be taken as we developour short term and long term financial goals. The Fiscal Year 2013 recommended budget has beendeveloped with the goal of maintaining the reserve policy of 15 percent as set by the Board of CountyCommissioners while maintaining critical and essential services. As we begin Fiscal Year 2013 it will benecessary to continue to analyze operations and look for ways to reduce expenses. Accordingly, we willbegin discussions for the Fiscal Year 2014 budget soon after adoption of the Fiscal Year 2013 budget.We will need to continue to define those core services and look for better ways to provide the services tothe citizens of Lake County. The strategy as we plan for 2014 will be to minimize the gap betweenrevenues and expenses with the ultimate goal of reduction or elimination of our current reliance onreserves to fund operations.I will engage each stakeholder in the process, from quarterly meetings with the Board of CountyCommissioners concerning the budget to communicating my goals and expectations with each of thedepartment directors on a regular basis.


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 8I wish to thank the Board of County Commissioners for their input and direction over the past sevenmonths. I would also like to thank the Constitutional Officers for their willingness to meet and work withmyself and the Board during this challenging budget process. In addition, the efforts of the Budget staff incompiling this document and reflecting the numerous organizational changes and funding decisions havebeen appreciated.The staff and I are available to respond to questions and provide more in depth information as the Boardreviews the Recommended Budget for Fiscal Year 2013.Sincerely,Darren GrayCounty Manager


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 9COUNTY TRANSPORTATION TRUST (FUND 1120)Department: Public WorksMajor revenues in the County Transportation Trust fund include: the 6 cent local option gas tax; the 5 thand 6 th cent constitutional gas tax; 7th cent county gas tax; the 9 th cent gas tax; other revenues, and fundbalance.The FY 2013 budget provides for administrative operations, engineering operations, funding andproduction, and road operations. No major road construction is funded from gas taxes. Road constructionis funded from road impact fees (construction), sales taxes (equipment and resurfacing) and the roadsMSTU (micro-resurfacing).LAKE COUNTY AMBULANCE (FUND 1220)Department: Non-DepartmentalThe Lake County Ambulance fund was established to account for the ad valorem tax subsidy provided tothe Lake Emergency Medical Services (LEMS). LEMS is a county corporation created by Lake Countyin 2011. It is governed by a board of directors representing County government, municipalities, hospitalsand citizens. The medical director oversees the medical protocol and guidelines for emergency medicalresponse, patient care and quality development programs. The FY 2013 budget is supported by a .3853millage rate.COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM (FUND 1900)Department: Public ResourcesThe County Library System fund was established to account for revenues and expenses related to theoperation of the library system which includes nine member libraries and six branch libraries. Libraryservices are free to Lake County residents. Library Services has reciprocal borrowing agreements withMarion, Orange, Osceola, Polk, Seminole and Volusia Counties that allows for access to their libraries.Lake County supports the operation of the nine member libraries through monetary grants to themunicipalities.LIBRARY IMPACT FEE TRUST (FUND 1070)Department: Public ResourcesThe Library Impact Fee Trust fund accrues monies from library impact fees charged against newconstruction in the County. Library projects funded by impact fees must be growth-related. Revenuesinclude impact fee revenues, interest income and fund balance. The FY 2013 budget is allocated forlibrary construction projects throughout the County based on recommendations from the Library ImpactFee committee.PARKS IMPACT FEE TRUST (FUNDS 1081, 1082, 1083)Department: Public ResourcesThe Board of County Commissioners adopted park impact fees in November 2003, and collections beganin January 2004. These impact fees are assessed against new construction in the unincorporated areas of


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 10the County, and are expended for growth-related park development within three park impact fee districts.The budgets are comprised of impact fees, interest income and fund balance revenues. Funding isprovided for improvement projects at P.E.A.R. Park, East Lake Community Park, the South Lake Trailand the Ferndale Preserve.ROAD IMPACT FEES (FUNDS 1151, 1152, 1153, 1154, 1155, 1156)Department: Public WorksThe Road Impact Fees funds accrue monies from transportation impact fees charged against newconstruction in the County. Road projects funded by impact fees must be growth-related and located inone of the six districts in which monies are collected. The Board of County Commissioners suspendedimpact fees as of March 2010 in an effort to stimulate construction in the County. No impact fee revenuesare estimated for FY 2013. Budgeted revenues include interest income and fund balance. There is a highcarry-over fund balance due to the restrictions placed upon the usage of monies with regards to thelocation of projects, as well as the need to accumulate monies before beginning a major project.FISH CONSERVATION (FUND 1190)Department: Public ResourcesLake County receives an allocation for the additional levy of $1.00 on all fishing licenses sold within theCounty. This surcharge is derived from a 1967 Special Act, as amended in 1975. These funds can be usedfor fish conservation projects, including vegetation control, habitat improvement and access improvementwith prior approval of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation (FFWC). Past projects have includedthe purchase of fish tagging equipment, stocking of fish, fishing dock installations and repairs and theaddition of Blueways trails. The FY 2013 budget is funded by fishing license surcharge revenues, interestincome and fund balance. Funds are budgeted in a reserve until sufficient funds accumulate to applytowards a project.MSTU - STORMWATER MANAGEMENT (FUND 1230)Department: Public WorksStormwater programs include basin studies and the floodplain management program, which provides anapplication process for federally backed flood insurance. Drainage, water quality related improvementsand residential lot grading inspections also are administered through the Stormwater Section. The budgetfor FY 2013 is supported by a portion of the ad valorem tax revenues generated from the Stormwater,Parks and Roads ad valorem millage of .4984 mills. Revenues for FY 2013 include ad valorem taxes,interest income, other revenues and fund balance.MSTU - PARKS SERVICES (FUND 1231)Department: Public ResourcesA portion of ad valorem taxes generated from the Stormwater, Parks and Roads millage of .4984 millssupports parks maintenance and improvement programs. The FY 2013 budget is funded by ad valoremtax revenues, concession and advertising fees, interest income and other revenues, and fund balance.Maintenance activities include repair and maintenance of ball fields, infields and tracks. Major capital


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 11projects include P.E.A.R Park improvements, Ferndale Preserve improvements, as well as smallerimprovements at other parks.MSTU - ROADS SERVICES (FUND 1232)Department: Public WorksAllowable uses of the portion of ad valorem taxes generated from the Stormwater, Parks and Roadsmillage of .4984 mills includes construction of new roads or maintenance of existing roads in theunincorporated areas of the County. The FY 2013 budget is supported by interest income and fundbalance. Maintenance activities for FY 2013 include resurfacing and micro-resurfacing of roads.EMERGENCY 911 (FUND 1240)Department: Public SafetyThe Emergency 911 fund accounts for monthly user charges on telephone service for operation andmaintenance of the E911 system, as well as for capital equipment purchases. The system is comprised ofnine Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP’s). Ongoing responsibilities associated with maintenance ofthe system include review and revision of operating protocol procedures, and maintenance of the databaseby which calls are correctly routed by the computer system. The system is fully funded through a monthlyservice charge on telephone bills. The 50-cent rate for land-line and cellular phones for FY 2013 is thesame as the current rates. Revenues include emergency service fee revenues, interest income, and fundbalance. The FY 2013 budget provides for on-going routine operation and maintenance of the E911system, as well as a portion of the call-takers salaries associated with E911 calls.RESORT/DEVELOPMENT TAX (FUND 1250)Department: County ManagerPrograms and services provided by the Office of Economic Development and Tourism are fundedprimarily by the resort/development tax. This tax is levied on all short-term rentals of 180 days or less.The tax was first enacted in 1984 at 2%, and was increased to 4% on March 31, 2003. The FY 2013budget is funded by resort tax revenues, interest income, other revenues, and fund balance. Primaryactivities include advertising on radio, television and in the print media, and working with business andevent planners to increase the number of event days resulting in higher hotel/motel occupancy rates.MUNICIPAL SERVICES BENEFIT UNITS (FUNDS 1290, 1370, 1450)Department: Non-DepartmentalThree MSBU’s (Greater Hills, Greater Groves and Greater Pines) were established for the common areamaintenance, such as landscaping, pool maintenance, janitorial services and street lighting within thesesubdivisions. An annual assessment is collected on the property owner’s tax bill to cover these costs. ByBoard of County Commissioner policy, no similar MSBU’s will be established and administered byCounty staff as these services are typically administered by a homeowner’s association.


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 12LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST (FUND 1330)Constitutional Offices: SheriffLaw Enforcement Trust revenues are primarily generated from locally confiscated drug money. Theseconfiscated funds are generally used to replace law enforcement equipment in the Sheriff’s Office.INFRASTRUCTURE SALES TAX REVENUE (FUND 1410)Department: Non-DepartmentalThe County’s share of the one-cent sales tax is collected in the Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue fund andis then transferred to other funds for allowable expenditures. FY 2013 appropriations include funding fordebt service payments for the county-wide 800 MHz radio system transferred to the Renewal Sales TaxDebt Service Fund 2610, funding for park improvements to the Parks Capital Project Fund 3020, and theadministrative service fee to the General Fund 0010. The balance of collections is transferred to theRenewal Sales Tax Capital Project Fund 3030 and Renewal Sales Tax Capital Project Fund-Public WorksFund 3040. Fifty percent must be used for transportation purposes and fifty percent for purposes allowedby F.S. 212.055(2).STREET LIGHTING (FUNDS 1430, 1460, 1470)Department: Non-DepartmentalThree MSBU’s (Village Green, Picciola Island and Valencia Terrace) were established to provideresidential street lighting within these subdivisions. An annual assessment is collected on the propertyowner’s tax bill to cover these costs. By Board of County Commissioner policy, no similar MSBU’s willbe established and administered by County staff.LAKE COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL RECOVERY (FUND 1500)Department: Conservation and ComplianceCivil penalties related to enforcement actions for violations of Chapter 6 and Chapter 9 of the LandDevelopment Code are used to restore polluted areas to their former condition, enhance pollution controlactivities, or purchase pollution control equipment. For FY 2013, environmental recovery expenses willbe budgeted in the General Fund for the Adopt-A-Lake program and pollution control equipment.BUILDING SERVICES (FUND 1520)Department: Growth ManagementBuilding Services is a division of the Growth Management Department and is a self-supporting programthat administers and enforces all building and licensing laws, rules and regulations, as well as performsbuilding inspection activities. Enforcement and inspection activities are supported by a variety of fees forservices. Projected revenues include building permit fees, protective inspection fees, administrativeservice fees, contractor license fees, other revenues and fund balance.


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 13COUNTY FIRE RESCUE (FUND 1680)Department: Public SafetyProjected revenues include ad valorem taxes from a .3222 millage rate, fire assessment fees, Lake CountyAmbulance Fund transfer, interest income, other revenues and fund balance to protect County residentsand visitors over an area encompassing 1,100 square miles.FIRE SERVICES IMPACT FEE TRUST (FUND 1690)Department: Public SafetyFire Impact Fee revenues are collected in the unincorporated areas of the County and the cities ofAstatula, Howey-in-the-Hills and Lady Lake (excluding The Villages), and are used for constructing andequipping new fire stations to provide fire and medical response as the County continues to grow. TheFY 2013 budget is funded by impact fees, interest income and fund balance. Fund balance revenues arehigh because of the need to accumulate revenues to pay for major construction projects.EMPLOYEES BENEFIT (FUND 1800)Department: Human ResourcesCommissions from vending machines located in County facilities are accounted for in the EmployeesBenefit Fund under Lake County Board of County Commissioners’ policy LCC-41. Expenditures caninclude an activity which is reasonably expected to improve morale, to engender employee spirit ofcommunity, or to demonstrate collective appreciation for co-workers. The use of these funds to purchasealcoholic beverages, award cash gifts, or other individual gifts is prohibited. For FY 2013, employeebenefit expenses will be budgeted in the General Fund.ANIMAL SHELTER STERILIZATION TRUST (FUND 1850)Department: Conservation and ComplianceIn May 2006, the Board of County Commissioners established the Animal Shelter Sterilization TrustFund for the operation of a spay/neuter program at Lake County Animal Services. Funding is derivedfrom donations from the sale of impounded animals that are not reclaimed by their owners. Otherrevenues include interest income and fund balance.COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (FUND 1200)Department: Community ServicesThe Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program is administered at the federal level by theU.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, which makes funds available to local governments.Lake County became an entitlement community in 1999 and started receiving funds in 2000. The Cities ofTavares, Lady Lake and Minneola, and the Towns of Montverde, Astatula, and Howey-in-the-Hillsreceive a share of the entitlement dollars pursuant to Urban County Partnership Agreements with LakeCounty. CDBG funds have been used for roadway paving and paying paving assessments, for housingrehabilitation, to expand meals-on-wheels deliveries and transportation services to seniors, to provideprescription assistance, to improve community centers, sidewalks and parks, and to construct AmericanDisability Act (ADA) restrooms and entrances in public buildings.


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 14PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION (FUND 1210)Department: Community ServicesPublic paratransit and fixed-route services are provided to citizens and visitors in Lake County through acontracted service provider. LakeXpress fixed-route service began on May 21, 2007 primarily along theU.S. Highway 441 corridor, including The Villages, Eustis and Leesburg. A third route through MountDora and Tavares began in July 2008. On July 1, 2009, a fourth bus route began operating from theAltoona Post Office on S.R. 19 to the Community of Zellwood on U.S. 441, where passengers cantransfer to LYNX route 44. The FY 2013 budget also provides for Express Route service from the Parkand Ride on S.R. 27 to downtown Orlando.Lake County Connection is a state-funded program and provides low-cost transportation services to thetransportation disadvantaged such as the mobility-impaired and mentally-impaired, as well as seniorcitizens. Currently, the County contracts with MV Transportation, Inc. as its paratransit provider.Revenues include a subsidy from the General Fund, Federal and State grants, fare revenues,miscellaneous revenues and fund balance. Because funding is limited, staff will continue to evaluate allservices. A goal is to move patrons from the paratransit service to the fixed-route service when possible,thus reducing paratransit trips, which are more costly.AFFORDABLE HOUSING ASSISTANCE TRUST (FUND 1260)Department: Community ServicesState Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) funds are received from the State to assist low and moderateincome households in the purchase of a home. These funds can be used for down payments, closing costsand mortgage buy downs for new homes, or for existing homes that have been or will be repaired within12 months of transfer of title. SHIP funds are distributed on an entitlement basis to all 67 counties and 53CDBG entitlement cities in Florida. The amounts remitted to Lake County are based on a percentage ofdocumentary stamp collections.SECTION 8 (FUND 1270)Department: Community ServicesThe Section 8 Housing Program is funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and UrbanDevelopment. The program makes rental housing affordable to very low-income families through rentalsubsidies paid directly to the landlord on behalf of the participating family. In some cases, a utilitysubsidy also is paid.FEDERAL/STATE GRANTS (FUND 1300)Departments: Community Services, Public Safety, Public WorksThe Federal and State Grants Fund was established beginning in FY 2010 to account for certain grantrevenues that previously were budgeted in the General Fund. Since grant revenues must be spent for thepurposes they were received, these revenues had to be tracked manually to assure that unspent funds werenot inadvertently directed to other programs and services. With the establishment of this fund, theserevenues will no longer be co-mingled with General Fund revenues.


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 15RESTRICTED LOCAL PROGRAMS (FUND 1310)Departments: Conservation and Compliance, Community Services, Public Resources, SheriffThe Restricted Local Programs fund was established in FY 2010 to account for certain restricted revenuesthat previously were budgeted in the General Fund. Since restricted revenues must be spent for thepurposes they were received, these revenues had to be tracked manually to assure that unspent funds werenot inadvertently directed to other programs and services. With the establishment of this fund, theserevenues will no longer be co-mingled with General Fund revenues. The FY 2013 budget includesfunding for Sheriff deputy training through traffic education and police education funds, court cost andteen court fees, alcohol and drug abuse, Dori Slosberg traffic education, Choose Life license platerevenues, boating license fees, Florida Arts license plate revenues, Hispanic Obesity, and Your HeartYour Life.ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CONS BLOCK GRANT (FUND 1320)Department: Growth ManagementLake County has been awarded $2.8 million under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act(ARRA) Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Formula Grant Program. This grantis overseen by the U.S. Department of Energy. The program is scheduled to end in July 2012.DEBT SERVICE (FUNDS 2510, 2610, 2710, 2810)Department: Debt ServiceFour debt service funds have been established to repay the principal and interest expenses related to longtermdebt on various revenue and general obligation bond issues. In April 2007, the County issued $34.7million in general obligation bonds for the purpose of acquiring and improving lands within the County toprotect drinking water resources, preserve natural areas, protect open space from overdevelopment,provide parks and trails and improve water quality.The County has sold three other revenue bond/bank issues backed by sales tax revenues. A $4.4 millionrevenue bond issue backed by state sales tax revenues (used to replace racing tax revenues previouslydistributed by the state) is for land acquisition and various park projects and walking and biking trails.A $10 million commercial bank loan to help fund the 800 MHz radio system is backed by the County’sshare of a 1% local option infrastructure sales tax.An $87.4 million revenue bond issue backed by the County’s half-cent sales tax revenues is for acquiring,constructing, and equipping the Downtown Tavares Center for Governmental Operations and JudicialCenter and other governmental facilities.LANDFILL ENTERPRISE (FUND 4200)Department: Public WorksThe Landfill Enterprise fund supports the Solid Waste Division, as well as the operation of the Covantaplant. The Solid Waste Operations section is comprised of landfill operations, residential drop-offs, scaleservices, and yard waste operations. The Solid Waste Programs section includes hazardous waste,customer service, recycling and collection services. The staff manages the $5.75 million contract withCovanta Lake, Inc. Covanta is a waste-to-energy facility that incinerates most solid waste. The FY 2013


Honorable Members of the Board of County CommissionersBudget Message for Fiscal Year 2013July 12, 2012Page 16budget is supported by recyclable revenues, landfill operating income, disposal assessment fees, interestincome, fund balance and a transfer from the General Fund.SOLID WASTE CLOSURES AND LONG-TERM CARE (FUND 4220)Department: Public WorksThe Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) requires that a reserve fund be establishedto provide closing costs and long-term care costs for the County’s landfills. The County has four closeddisposal units under long-term care. They include: Central Landfill-Phase I, Lady Lake, Umatilla, andLoghouse. Reserve funding also is budgeted for two active disposal units, Central Landfill - Phase II anda Construction and Demolition (C&D) Landfill, as well as the Central Landfill-Phase III for whichconstruction was completed in FY 2009.


TABLE OF CONTENTSBudget OverviewTable of Contents ................................................................................................... B - 1General Lake County InformationHistory of Lake County .......................................................................................... B - 3Lake County Organization Chart ............................................................................ B - 4Lake County Commissioners and County Manager ............................................... B - 5Lake County Commissioners/Elected Officials/Appointed Officials .................... B - 6Lake County Deputy County Manager/Department and Office Directors ............. B - 7Lake County Commissioner Goals and Focus Areas ............................................. B - 8County Budget Made Responsible ......................................................................... B - 10Population of Cities and Unincorporated Lake County ......................................... B - 11Per Capita Personal Income .................................................................................... B - 12Unemployment Rate ............................................................................................... B - 13Consumer Price Index ............................................................................................ B - 14Assessment/Property Tax InformationChart of Taxable Values and Millages ................................................................... B - 15General Fund Gross Taxable Value ....................................................................... B - 17Property Tax Highlights ......................................................................................... B - 18Classification of Property/Residential Improved Property ..................................... B - 19Countywide Ad Valorem Tax Rates ....................................................................... B - 20Stormwater Management, Parks and Roads MSTU Tax Rates .............................. B - 21Fire Emergency Medical Services MSTU Tax Rates ............................................. B - 22Non-Ad Valorem Assessments ............................................................................... B - 23Revenues and ExpendituresExpenditures by Category ...................................................................................... B - 25Revenues by Source ............................................................................................... B - 26Expenditures by Department .................................................................................. B - 27General Fund - Revenues and Expenditures .......................................................... B - 28General Fund Expenditures by Category ............................................................... B - 29General Fund Revenues by Source ......................................................................... B - 30General Fund Expenditures by Department ........................................................... B - 31General Fund Expenditures by Constitutional Offices/Judicial Support/Board of County Commissioners ..................................................................... B - 32Personnel Authorizations – Lake County Board of County Commissioners andConstitutional Offices ....................................................................................... B - 33B - 1


GeneralLake CountyInformation


History of Lake CountyThe region of Central Florida that is now known as Lake County has been inhabited forthousands of years. Evidence of the Timucuan Indians is throughout Lake County. There aremore than 1,000 identified archeological sites in Lake County.In 1562, a French Huguenot colony was established at the present site of Astor and was laterwiped out by the Spanish. During the late 1560’s, the Spanish established a system of missionsthroughout the Lake County area. By 1763, there were few Indians left in the area. During theRevolutionary War, all of Florida belonged to the British and residents were loyal to thatcountry.In 1782, Spain re-occupied Florida and began awarding large tracts of land to reward favors.Forts were built throughout Lake County, known then as Mosquito County, to defend the settlersagainst the Seminole Indians. In 1823, at the Treaty of Moultie Creek, the Seminoles wereordered to live in a reservation, most of which was in Lake County.Towns grew and vanished. Other towns took their places. When the Civil War started in 1861,there were several large plantations and many small farms in Lake County. Florida became oneof the states to secede from the Union. By the end of the Civil War in 1865, anotherhomesteading act was in place, offering 160 acres of land to settlers who would live on the landfor five years and improve it. The Homesteading Act offered a fresh start and many men andsoldiers, both Rebel and Yankee, took advantage of the opportunity and came to Lake County tomake their homes.In May 1887, the Florida Legislature created Lake County. It was carved from Orange andSumter counties, and was named for its 250 named lakes and 1,735 bodies of water. Thecourthouse, known as the Pioneer Building, was dedicated in 1889.World War II took many Lake County men to war. Lake County was famous for the number ofwar bonds sold here and scrap metal collected. The first war bond sold in the United States wassold in Leesburg. Lake County was the site of a Prisoner of War camp during the Second WorldWar.Early industry consisted of reliance on the land: farming, citrus growing, lumber, turpentine, etc.All of this to some degree or another relied on the weather and time and time again big freezeskilled not only crops and citrus, but also hopes and dreams. Back-to-back freezes in 1894 and1895 devastated large and small farms alike. Lake County was known worldwide for its recordcrops of peaches, tomatoes, watermelon, ferns, and, of course, citrus. Other industries movedinto Lake County and the economy grew.Lake County’s history is rich and diverse. Today, as in the past, Lake County is a pleasant placeto live and work.B - 3


LAKE COUNTY GOVERNMENTORGANIZATION CHARTFiscal Year 2013CITIZENS OF LAKE COUNTYCLERK OF COURTSNeil KellyPROPERTYAPPRAISEREd HavillCOUNTYCOMMISSIONERSJennifer HillSean ParksJimmy ConnerLeslie CampioneWelton G. CadwellSHERIFFGary S. BordersSUPERVISOR OFELECTIONSEmogene StegallTAX COLLECTORBob McKeeCOUNTY ATTORNEYSanford A. MinkoffCOUNTY MANAGERDarren S. GrayCounty Manager and BCCSupportWendy TaylorDEPUTY COUNTY MANAGERDavid C. HeathOFFICE OF INFORMATIONOUTREACHKelly LaFollettePROCUREMENTSERVICES DIVISIONBarnett SchwartzmanCONSERVATION ANDCOMPLIANCEDEPARTMENTGregg WelsteadPUBLIC RESOURCESDEPARTMENTWendy BreedenPUBLIC WORKSDEPARTMENTJim Stivender, Jr.OFFICE OF ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT ANDTOURISMScott BlankenshipOFFICE OF BUDGETSteve KoontzFLEET MANAGEMENTDIVISIONGiovanni CuadraANIMAL SERVICESDIVISIONMarjorie BoydCODE ENFORCEMENTSERVICES DIVISIONRon CollodiAGRICULTURALEDUCATION SERVICESDIVISIONJuanita PopenoeLIBRARY SERVICESDIVISIONVacantENGINEERING DIVISIONFred SchneiderENVIRONMENTALSERVICES DIVISIONMary Hamilton, InterimHUMAN RESOURCESDEPARTMENTSusan IrbyFACILITIES DEVELOPMENTAND MANAGEMENTDEPARTMENTKristian SwensonPROBATION SERVICESDIVISIONTony DeatonPARKS AND TRAILSDIVISIONBobby BonillaROAD OPERATIONSDIVISIONLori ConwayADMINISTRATIONSOLID WASTE DIVISIONSkip McCallMAINTENANCEDIVISIONGROWTH MANAGEMENTDEPARTMENTAmye KingCOMMUNITY SERVICESDEPARTMENTDorothy A. KeedyINFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENTSteve EarlsPUBLIC SAFETYDEPARTMENTJohn JolliffBUILDING SERVICESDIVISIONVacantHEALTH AND HUMANSERVICES DIVISIONAllison ThallGEOGRAPHICINFORMATION SERVICESDIVISIONCOMMUNICATIONSTECHNOLOGIES DIVISIONGreg A. HolcombPLANNING ANDCOMMUNITY DESIGNDIVISIONBrian SheahanHOUSING SERVICESDIVISIONCheryl HowellINFORMATION SYSTEMSDIVISIONLeon PlattEMERGENCYMANAGEMENT DIVISIONJerry SmithPUBLICTRANSPORTATIONDIVISIONKen HarleyPROGRAMMING ANDAPPLICATION SUPPORTDIVISIONErikk RossFIRE RESCUE DIVISIONJim Dickerson, OperationsJack Fillman, AdministrationTELECOMMUNICATIONSDIVISIONDoug WoodyardB - 4Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012


Board of County CommissionersLeslie CampioneChairman, District 4Jennifer HillVice Chairman, District 1Sean ParksCommissioner, District 2Jimmy ConnerCommissioner, District 3Welton G. CadwellCommissioner, District 5County Manager and County AttorneyDarren S. GrayCounty ManagerSanford A. MinkoffCounty AttorneyB - 5


COUNTY COMMISSION MEMBERS/ELECTED OFFICIALS/APPOINTED OFFICIALSCommission ChairmanLeslie CampioneDistrict FourCommission Vice-ChairmanJennifer HillDistrict OneCommission MemberSean ParksDistrict TwoCommission MemberJimmy ConnerDistrict ThreeCommission MemberWelton G. CadwellDistrict Five315 West Main Street, P.O. Box 7800, Tavares, FL 32778Phone: (352) 343-9850www.lakecountyfl.govELECTED OFFICIALSClerk of CourtsNeil KellyPhone: (352) 742-4100www.lakecountyclerk.orgProperty AppraiserEd HavillPhone: (352) 253-2150www.lakecopropappr.comSheriffGary BordersPhone: (352) 343-9500www.lcso.orgSupervisor of ElectionsEmogene StegallPhone: (352) 343-9734www.elections.lakecountyfl.govTax CollectorBob McKeePhone: (352) 343-9602www.laketax.comAPPOINTED OFFICIALSCounty ManagerDarren S. GrayPhone: (352) 343-9888www.lakecountyfl.govCounty AttorneySanford A. MinkoffPhone: (352) 343-9787www.lakecountyfl.govB - 6


DEPUTY COUNTY MANAGER / DEPARTMENT AND OFFICE DIRECTORSWendy BreedenPublic Resources DirectorPhone: (352) 253-6150David C. HeathDeputy County ManagerPhone: (352) 343-9888DEPARTMENT DIRECTORSSteve EarlsInformation Technology DirectorPhone: (352) 343-9633Susan IrbyEmployee Services DirectorPhone: (352) 343-9596Dottie KeedyCommunity Services DirectorPhone: (352) 742-6588Kristian SwensonFacilities Development and Management DirectorPhone: (352) 343-9760John JolliffPublic Safety Director/Fire ChiefPhone: (352) 343-9458Amye KingGrowth Management DirectorPhone: (352) 343-9647Jim Stivender, Jr.Public Works DirectorPhone: (352) 483-9005Gregg WelsteadConservation and Compliance DirectorPhone: (352) 742-3960Scott BlankenshipEconomic Development and Tourism DirectorPhone: (352) 742-3905OFFICE DIRECTORSSteve KoontzBudget DirectorPhone: (352) 343-9497Kelly LaFolletteInformation Outreach DirectorPhone: (352) 343-9603www.lakecountyfl.govB - 7


Commissioner Goals and Focus AreasLake County focused on innovation, progress, and long-term solutions when the Board of County Commissionersre-established eight long-term goals on January 18, 2008. Lake County Government’s direction for the next 25years will travel down a path designed to ensure that the citizens’ desired lifestyle is attainable. Departments havebeen commissioned to develop strategies and implement programs geared toward achieving the specific goalswhich answer the question, “What do we want Lake County to be in 25 years?” Lake County is taking activesteps to reach the following goals by 2030.A. Lake County is a High Performance Organization• Excellent customer service is expected and delivered.o Excellent and consistent telephone etiquette is routine.• Effective internal communication strengthens the organization.o People are accessible and information is accurate.• Effective external communication strengthens the community.• Innovative change occurs from within.• Internal service departments spark energy within the organization.• Business processes are innovative and effective.• Old is integrated with new.B. Lake County is a Leader in Multi-jurisdictional Cooperation• Strong, centralized county government realizes consistency of vision, regulation and direction.• Lake County takes the lead in facilitating countywide cooperation across all entities.• Regional cooperation is effective and constant.C. The Economy of Lake County is Strong, Diversified, and Sustainable• The residential and commercial tax bases are equitably balanced.• High-end business centers are strategically placed along major corridors.• Lake County has a good balance of jobs and housing opportunities.• Targeted industries recognize Lake County as business-friendly and seek Lake County as their destination.D. Lake County Offers a Quality, Reliable Transportation Network in a Multi-modal System• The transportation network includes well-placed pathways for roads, bicycles, pedestrian walkways, buses and rail.E. Social Services are Provided to Those in Need Throughout the Entire CountyLake County coordinates the provision of social services and affordable housing through the private sector andthrough non-profit organizations.F. Lake County Preserves Environmental Resources• Major systems, such as lakes and wetlands, are preserved.• The County offers a network of resource-based recreation: i.e. trails and hiking.• County infrastructure and structures reflect maximum energy efficiency.B - 8


Commissioner Goals and Focus AreasG. Urban Development is Well Planned and Implemented• Distinctive, small towns or communities are preserved.• Responsible utility services are available outside of municipal boundaries through partnerships with private andpublic providers and wholesale agreements.• Urban form is designed (outlined) by green space and density and clustering is appealing.H. Appearance of Lake County is Esthetically Pleasing and Well Designed• Uniform countywide design standards are applied along major corridors.B - 9


County Budget Made Responsibleo In budget preparation, examine every department and division to ensure thatfunds are budgeted appropriately.o Distinguish between core functions of government and non-essential functionsand further distinguish those functions that provide direct services to thepublic, and when budget cuts are necessary focus them on non-essentialfunctions and functions that do not provide direct services to the public.o Ensure transparency of the budget process by:• requiring a public process prior to reduction or elimination of anygovernmental function or direct service to the public• providing written documentation including analysis and financialinformation to the Board of County Commissioners prior to the publicprocess described immediately above• making written documentation available to the public on the countywebsite in advance of the public process that provides plain language,explanatory comments and information on the county budgeto To the extent possible during the budget process, and continuously thereafter,examine:• the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of county programs• the structure and design of county departments and divisions• the adequacy of financial and management processes used bydepartments and divisions• alternative methods of providing programs or services• the possibility of consolidation or transfer of county work oroperations between departments and divisions as well as with otherunits of government• the procurement of goods and services in order to ensure that thecounty is obtaining the best quality services and goods at the bestpricing available, and at the same time make department directors anddivision managers jointly responsible with the procurement divisionfor this dutyo During the budget process, streamline department and division organizationalstructures and eliminate unnecessary or redundant advisory groups.o Budget utilizing existing revenues and fund balance such that fund balancewill remain adequate and ensure that adequate reserves and fund balance aremaintained looking at the budget over a five-year period conservativelyanticipating future revenues and expenses over that period.B - 10


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAPopulation of Cities and Unincorporated Lake County300,000250,000200,000150,000100,00050,00002000 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Total CountyUnincorporatedMunicipalitiesPopulation Distribution(Rounded)Census2000 2006 2007 2008 2009 20102000-2010Astatula 1,298 1,591 1,649 1,643 1,630 1,810 3.9%Clermont 9,338 22,097 22,882 23,476 24,199 28,742 20.8%Eustis 15,106 17,766 18,401 18,354 18,275 18,558 2.3%Fruitland Park 3,186 3,628 3,829 3,901 3,978 4,078 2.8%Groveland 2,394 5,923 6,983 7,207 7,135 8,729 26.5%Howey-in-the Hills 956 1,156 1,223 1,215 1,221 1,098 1.5%Lady Lake 11,828 12,805 12,842 13,117 14,129 13,926 1.8%Leesburg 15,956 18,841 19,934 20,093 20,506 20,117 2.6%Mascotte 2,687 4,270 4,478 4,516 4,476 5,101 9.0%Minneola 5,435 9,440 9,203 9,044 9,047 9,403 7.3%Montverde 882 1,183 1,189 1,196 1,192 1,463 6.6%Mount Dora 9,418 11,125 11,945 11,290 11,100 12,370 3.1%Tavares 9,700 12,552 13,013 13,344 13,329 13,951 4.4%Umatilla 2,214 2,672 2,601 2,603 3,047 3,456 5.6%Unincorporated Lake County 120,129 151,734 156,327 157,380 158,729 154,250 2.8%TOTAL 210,527 276,783 286,499 288,379 291,993 297,052 4.1%Source: Florida Statistical Abstract 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011AverageAnnual GrowthB - 11


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAPer Capita Personal Income40,00035,00030,00025,000Dollars20,00015,00010,0005,00002001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Lake County Florida United StatesYearLake CountyPercentChangePer Capita Personal IncomeFloridaPercentChangeUnited StatesPercentChange2001 26,662 2.3% 29,809 2.5% 31,145 2.8%2002 26,669 0.0% 30,479 2.3% 31,461 1.1%2003 27,399 2.7% 31,283 2.7% 32,271 2.6%2004 28,769 5.0% 33,540 7.3% 33,881 5.0%2005 29,426 2.3% 35,605 6.2% 35,424 4.6%2006 30,650 4.2% 38,161 7.2% 37,698 6.5%2007 31,694 3.4% 39,449 3.4% 39,461 4.7%2008 31,816 0.4% 40,133 1.8% 40,674 3.1%2009 30,785 -3.3% 38,965 -3.0% 39,635 -2.6%2010 32,697 2.6% 38,210 2.2% 39,937 2.8%Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic AccountsB - 12


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAUnemployment Rate12.0%10.0%8.0%6.0%4.0%2.0%0.0%2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Lake County Florida United StatesUnemployment RateYear Lake County Florida United States2002 5.7% 5.7% 5.8%2003 5.2% 5.3% 6.0%2004 4.4% 4.7% 5.5%2005 3.7% 3.8% 5.1%2006 3.3% 3.3% 4.6%2007 4.0% 4.0% 4.6%2008 6.3% 6.2% 5.8%2009 10.8% 10.2% 9.3%2010 12.0% 11.5% 9.6%2011 11.2% 10.5% 8.9%Source: Florida Research and Economic Information Database ApplicationB - 13


UNITED STATESConsumer Price Index4.0%3.5%3.0%2.5%2.0%1.5%1.0%0.5%0.0%2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011YearConsumer Price IndexU.S. Index1982-1984=100 Inflation Percent2002 179.9 1.6%2003 184.0 2.3%2004 188.9 2.7%2005 195.3 3.4%2006 201.6 3.2%2007 207.3 2.8%2008 215.3 3.8%2009 214.5 -0.4%2010 218.1 1.6%2011 224.9 3.2%Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor StatisticsB - 14


Assessment/Property TaxInformation


Lake CountyChart of Taxable Values and MillagesTaxable Millage Taxable Millage Taxable Rollback MillageValue Rate Value Rate Value Rate RateTaxing District 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013 2013 2013Countywide FundsGeneral $17,021,802,722 4.7309 $15,587,582,550 4.7309 $14,665,378,485 5.0816 5.0816Lake County Ambulance $17,021,802,722 0.3853 $15,587,582,550 0.3853 $14,665,378,485 0.4139 0.3853Public Lands Program-Voted Debt $17,021,802,722 0.1101 $15,587,582,550 0.1101 $14,665,378,485 0.1900 0.1900Total Countywide Funds $17,021,802,722 5.2263 $15,587,582,550 5.2263 $14,665,378,485 5.6855 5.6569Special Taxing DistrictsStormwater, Roads and Parks MSTU $9,062,380,088 0.4984 $8,290,075,621 0.4984 $7,711,953,059 0.5412 0.5412Fire Emergency Medical Svc. MSTU $9,513,157,110 0.3222 $8,703,277,907 0.3222 $8,117,754,291 0.3489 0.3222Source: Certification of Final Taxable Value DR-422B - 15


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Lake County, FloridaComparison of General Fund Gross Taxable Value Over Prior YearsFY 2009 to FY 2013Millions of Dollars$4,800$4,200$3,600$3,000$2,400$1,800$1,200$600$0($600)($1,200)($1,800)($2,400)FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013New Construction Revaluation of Existing Property Values Amendment 1FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013New Construction $ 714,271,256 $ 395,833,931 $ 225,162,300 $ 164,819,391 $ 111,787,068Revaluation of ExistingProperty Values $ (333,649,865) $ (2,239,753,565) $ (2,314,471,432) $ (1,551,190,996) $ (1,078,808,699)Amendment 1 $ (1,820,465,859) $ - $ - $ - $-Total Change inGross Taxable Value $ (1,439,844,468) $ (1,843,919,634) $ (2,089,309,132) $ (1,397,136,804) $ (2,367,189,436)FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013% Change Due toNew Construction 3.19% 1.89% 1.18% 0.96% 0.29%% Change Due toRevaluation (1.49%) (10.68%) (12.10%) (9.04%) (2.82%)% Change Due toAmendment 1 (8.13%) N/A N/A N/A N/ATotal % Change (6.43%) (8.79%) (10.93%) (8.14%) (6.19%)General Fund FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Gross Taxable Value $ 20,965,796,687 $ 19,121,877,053 $ 17,032,567,921 $ 15,635,431,117 $ 14,665,378,485Millage Rate 4.6511 4.6511 4.7309 4.7309 5.0816B - 17


Lake County, FloridaProperty Tax HighlightsFiscal Years 2005 - 2013Composition of Just Value of Real and Personal Property100%75%50%25%0%FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Personal Vacant Commercial ResidentialSource: Lake County Property Appraiser's OfficeTotal Taxable Property Value$25$20Billions$15$10$5$-FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013B - 18


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAClassification of PropertyFiscal Year 2013Total Just Value $20,852,184,093Commercial/Other23%Vacant Property5%Personal Property8%Residential64%LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAResidential Improved PropertyFiscal Year 201370,00060,00050%Parcels50,00040,00030,00020,00010,00028%12%5%2% 3%00-99 100-149 150-199 200-249 250-299 300-UpJust Value ($1,000)Source: Lake County Property Appraiser's OfficeB - 19


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDACountywide Ad Valorem Tax RatesFiscal Year 20137.00006.50006.0000Tax Rate5.50005.00004.50004.00003.50002004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Rollback RateAdopted RateCountywideAd Valorem Tax RatesFiscal Year Rollback Rate Adopted Rate2004 6.0980 6.44562005 6.0565 6.34592006 5.5780 6.32592007 5.1018 6.27592008 5.7045 5.40612009 5.7289 5.22632010 5.8333 5.22632011 5.8952 5.22632012 5.7391 5.22632013 5.6855 5.6569Source: Lake County Office of BudgetB - 20


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAStormwater Management, Parks and Roads MSTU Tax RatesFiscal Year 20130.70000.60000.5000Tax Rate0.40000.30000.20000.1000-2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Rollback RateAdopted RateStormwater Management, Parks and Roads MSTUTax RatesFiscal Year Rollback Rate Adopted Rate2004 0.3890 0.50002005 0.4746 0.50002006 0.4322 0.50002007 0.3987 0.60002008 0.5477 0.49842009 0.5588 0.49842010 0.5603 0.49842011 0.5605 0.49842012 0.5484 0.49842013 0.5412 0.5412Source: Lake County Office of BudgetB - 21


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAFire Emergency Medical Services MSTU Tax RatesFiscal Year 20130.50000.4000Tax Rate0.30000.20002009 2010 2011 2012 2013Rollback RateAdopted RateFiscal Year Rollback Rate Adopted Rate2009 0.0000 0.32222010 0.3628 0.32222011 0.3621 0.32222012 0.3548 0.32222013 0.3489 0.3222Source: Lake County Office of BudgetFire Emergency Medical Services MSTUTax RatesB - 22


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDANon-Ad Valorem AssessmentsFiscal Year 2013$300.00$250.00$200.00$150.00$100.00$50.00$0.002004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Fire RescueSolid Waste ServicesFiscal YearNon-Ad Valorem AssessmentsFire RescueSolid Waste Services2004 $137.00 $180.502005 $137.00 $174.002006 $137.00 $174.002007 $171.00 $174.002008 $197.00 $174.002009 $175.00 $184.002010 $175.00 $184.002011 $175.00 $184.002012 $181.00 $184.002013 $181.00 $184.00Above rates apply only to residential properties. Non-residential properties are calculated on a varying ratestructure.Source: Lake County Office of BudgetB - 23


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Revenues andExpenditures


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAExpenditures By CategoryFiscal Year 2013 Operating Budget$289,838,070Personal Services 15.0%Operating Expenditures 18.6%Capital Outlay 1.4%Capital Improvements 8.8%Debt Service 3.5%Grants and Aids 7.6%Transfers 29.3%Reserves 14.6%Administrative Charge 1.1%0% 10% 20% 30% 40%Expenditures By CategoryFiscal Year 2013 Operating BudgetPersonal Services $ 46,475,615Operating Expenditures 57,419,007Capital Outlay 4,384,047Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 108,278,669Capital Improvements 27,294,204Debt Service 10,962,543Grants and Aids 23,532,753Transfers 90,484,659Reserves 44,959,367Administrative Charge 3,324,049SUBTOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 308,836,244Less: Operating Transfers (18,998,174)TOTAL EXPENDITURES$289,838,070B - 25


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDARevenues By SourceFiscal Year 2013 Operating Budget$ 289,838,070Taxes35.2%Licenses and Permits9.8%Fund Balance29.2%Excess Fees1.3%Charges For Services4.9%IntergovernmentalRevenues12.1%Transfers6.6%Fines And ForfeitsMiscellaneous Revenues 0.2%0.7%Taxes $ 111,835,489Licenses and Permits 31,018,513Intergovernmental Revenues 38,467,921Charges For Services 15,591,429Fines and Forfeits 527,450Miscellaneous Revenues 2,207,706Non-RevenuesRevenues By SourceFiscal Year 2013 Operating BudgetTransfers 20,953,667Excess Fees 4,171,500Fund Balance 92,499,694Less: 5% Estimated Receipts (8,437,125)SUBTOTAL REVENUES $ 308,836,244Less: Operating Transfers (18,998,174)TOTAL REVENUES $ 289,838,070B - 26


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAExpenditures By DepartmentFiscal Year 2013 Operating Budget$289,838,070InformationTechnology0.7%Public Resources4.5%Legislative0.2%Public Safety11.4%Public Works23.1% Judicial Support1.0%Human Resources0.2%Growth Management1.0%Clerk of the CircuitCourt1.5%Property Appraiser0.7%Facilities Developmentand Management1.5%Sheriff18.2%County Manager2.8%County Attorney0.2%Conservation andCompliance1.2%Community Services7.7%Debt Service3.6%Non-Departmental18.4%Supervisor of Elections0.6%Tax Collector1.4%Expenditures By DepartmentFiscal Year 2013 Operating BudgetCommunity Services $ 23,638,740 Public Safety $ 35,082,747Conservation and Compliance 3,580,443 Public Works 71,291,129County Attorney 687,135 Judicial Support 3,155,047County Manager 8,591,036 Clerk of the Circuit Court 4,643,390Facilities Development and Management 4,578,679 Property Appraiser 2,095,182Growth Management 3,238,824 Sheriff 56,261,114Human Resources 723,597 Supervisor of Elections 1,944,177Information Technology 2,300,614 Tax Collector 4,225,731Legislative 707,506 Debt Service 11,200,093Public Resources 13,952,885 Non-Departmental 56,938,175SUBTOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 308,836,244Less: Operating Transfers (18,998,174)TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 289,838,070B - 27


General Fund - Revenues and ExpendituresActual Adopted Revised PercentRevenues Budget Budget Budget ChangeRevenues by Source FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013 AdoptedCurrent RevenuesAd Valorem Taxes $ 78,258,486 $ 75,243,294 $ 75,243,294 $ 76,023,587 1.0%Communication Services Tax 2,057,262 2,052,474 2,052,474 2,000,000 -2.6%Licenses and Permits 385,841 375,000 375,000 375,000 0.0%Intergovernmental Revenues 17,298,549 17,444,925 19,131,355 13,270,935 -23.9%Charges for Services 6,141,084 6,506,127 6,752,278 6,533,367 0.4%Fines and Forfeitures 354,122 308,350 308,350 309,250 0.3%Miscellaneous Revenues 1,136,194 1,326,712 1,330,212 1,294,314 -2.4%Less: 5% Estimated Receipt - (5,154,729) (5,154,729) (5,412,202) 5.0%Sub-Total Current Revenues $ 105,631,538 $ 98,102,153 $ 100,038,234 $ 94,394,251 -3.8%Non-RevenuesTransfer From Other Funds $ 4,947,840 $ 4,876,141 $ 4,876,141 $ 4,410,695 -9.5%Excess Fees 4,551,078 4,656,919 4,656,919 4,155,000 -10.8%Fund Balance - 38,840,085 39,569,690 32,699,431 -15.8%Sub-Total Non-Revenues $ 9,498,918 $ 48,373,145 $ 49,102,750 $ 41,265,126 -14.7%Total Revenues $ 115,130,456 $ 146,475,298 $ 149,140,984 $ 135,659,377 -7.4%Actual Adopted Revised PercentExpenditures Budget Budget Budget ChangeExpenditures by Department FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013 AdoptedCommunity Services $ 7,016,530 $ 5,777,244 $ 5,405,560 $ 3,246,293 -43.8%Conservation and Compliance 2,917,994 3,080,916 2,899,793 2,842,841 -7.7%County Attorney 612,946 543,490 543,490 687,135 26.4%County Manager 1,444,056 3,573,456 3,590,338 3,247,901 -9.1%Facilities Development and Management 4,770,228 4,725,814 4,586,466 4,578,679 -3.1%Growth Management 1,355,740 1,336,892 1,268,530 1,278,775 -4.3%Human Resources 589,741 750,456 697,777 723,597 -3.6%Information Technology 2,758,272 2,531,155 2,531,155 2,300,614 -9.1%Legislative 506,095 501,623 501,623 707,506 41.0%Public Resources 1,779,636 1,611,740 1,627,317 1,577,394 -2.1%Public Safety 2,730,194 2,665,365 2,642,472 2,825,045 6.0%Public Works 1,732,391 1,808,634 1,488,140 1,754,262 -3.0%Clerk of the Circuit Court 4,146,221 4,165,191 4,132,555 4,643,390 11.5%Property Appraiser 2,175,879 2,058,641 2,066,408 2,095,182 1.8%Sheriff 61,068,479 58,130,920 57,873,908 55,792,497 -4.0%Supervisor of Elections 1,808,483 2,129,958 1,861,068 1,944,177 -8.7%Tax Collector 4,551,346 4,197,825 4,194,596 4,225,731 0.7%Judicial Support 2,205,063 2,776,608 2,536,785 3,155,047 13.6%Non-Departmental (excludes reserves) 15,778,461 17,298,203 17,020,327 17,731,293 2.5%Sub-Total Expenditures $ 119,947,754 $ 119,664,131 $ 117,468,308 $ 115,357,359 -3.6%Reserves $ - $ 26,173,476 $ 26,819,556 $ 19,469,622 -25.6%Reserve for Purchase Orders - 637,691 - 832,396 -Total Expenditures $ 119,947,754 $ 146,475,298 $ 144,287,864 $ 135,659,377 -7.4%B - 28


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAGeneral Fund Expenditures By CategoryFiscal Year 2013$135,659,377Personal Services 11.4%Operating Expenditures 12.8%Capital Outlay .3%Grants and Aids 3.2%Transfers 57.3%Reserves 15.0%0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60%Personal Services $ 15,524,138Operating Expenditures 17,418,419Capital Outlay 424,311Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 33,366,868Grants and Aids 4,307,636TransfersConstitutional Officers - $63,043,281Interfund Transfers - $14,639,574General Fund Expenditures By CategoryFiscal Year 2013Total Transfers 77,682,855Reserves 20,302,018TOTAL EXPENDITURES$135,659,377B - 29


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAGeneral Fund Revenues By SourceFiscal Year 2013$135,659,377Ad Valorem Taxes53.2%Fund Balance24.1%Excess Fees2.9%Interfund Transfers3.1%Communication Services Tax1.4%Charges for Services4.6%Fines and Forfeits0.2%Miscellaneous Revenues0.9%Permits and Fees0.3%Intergovernmental Revenues9.3%General Fund Revenues By SourceFiscal Year 2013Ad Valorem Taxes $ 76,023,587Permits and Fees 375,000Intergovernmental Revenues 13,270,935Charges for Services 6,533,367Fines and Forfeits 309,250Miscellaneous Revenues 1,294,314Communication Services Tax 2,000,000Interfund Transfers 4,410,695Excess Fees 4,155,000Fund Balance 32,699,431Subtotal Revenues $ 141,071,579Less: 5% Estimated Receipt (5,412,202)TOTAL REVENUES $ 135,659,377B - 30


LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDAGeneral Fund Expenditures By DepartmentFiscal Year 2013$ 135,659,377Community Services2.4%Conservation andCompliance2.1%ConstitutionalOffices/Judicial Support53.0%Transfers6.6%Reserves/Debt Service/TaxIncrement Payment20.2%Public Works1.3%Public Safety2.1%Public Resources1.2%Facilities Development andManagement3.4%General Government4.7%Growth Management0.9%Human Resources0.5%Information Technology1.7%General Fund Expenditures By DepartmentFiscal Year 2013Community Services $ 3,246,293Conservation and Compliance 2,842,841Constitutional Offices/Judicial Support 71,856,024Facilities Development and Management 4,578,679General Government 6,365,147Growth Management 1,278,775Human Resources 723,597Information Technology 2,300,614Public Resources 1,577,394Public Safety 2,825,045Public Works 1,754,262Reserves/Debt Service/Tax Increment Payment 27,411,912Transfers 8,898,794TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 135,659,377B - 31


Constitutional OfficesJudicial SupportBoard of County CommissionersGeneral Fund Appropriation Comparison - FY 2013Budget PercentageConstitutional Offices/Judicial Support FY 2013 of Fund TotalSupervisor of Elections $ 1,944,177 1.4%Tax Collector 4,225,731 3.1%Clerk of Courts 4,643,390 3.4%Property Appraiser 2,095,182 1.5%Sheriff - Corrections 19,622,160 14.5%Sheriff 36,170,337 26.7%Judicial Support 3,155,047 2.3%Total Constitutional/Judicial $ 71,856,024 50.2%Board of County CommissionersSupport Departments $ 13,185,296 9.7%Operating Departments 23,206,145 17.1%Total BCC Departments $ 36,391,441 26.7%Fixed Costs and ReservesDebt Service $ 5,740,780 4.2%Tax Increment Payment 1,369,114 1.0%Reserves 20,302,018 15.0%Total Fixed Costs and Reserves $ 27,411,912 23.2%Total General Fund $ 135,659,377 100.0%Sheriff26.7%Sheriff - Corrections14.5%BCC Support Departments9.7%Clerk of Courts3.4%Judicial Support2.3%Property Appraiser1.5%Tax Collector3.1%Supervisor of Elections1.4%Debt Service4.2%Reserves15.0%BCC OperatingDepartments17.1%Tax Increment Payment1.0%Info TechCommunityPublic SafePublic ResoPublic Wornon-departmmedical exaTransferPublic TrlandfillLibraryFireConstitutional Offices/ Judicial Support 50.2%Board of County Commissioners 26.7%Fixed Costs and Reserves 23.2%totalB - 32


Personnel AuthorizationsLake County Board of County Commissionersand Constitutional Offices900800700Number of Employees6005004003002001000Board of CountyCommissionersClerk of Courts Property Appraiser Sheriff's Office Supervisor ofElectionsTax CollectorActualFY 2009ActualFY 2010ActualFY 2011EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Personnel AuthorizationsLake County Board of County Commissioners and Constitutional OfficesFY 2009 to FY 2013YearActualFY 2009ActualFY 2010ActualFY 2011EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Board of County Commissioners 843 780 738 741 743Clerk of Courts 244 225 216 216 208Property Appraiser 40 40 37 37 36Sheriff's Office 766 766 743 743 711Supervisor of Elections 11 11 13 13 13Tax Collector 68 68 67 67 67Total 1,972 1,890 1,814 1,817 1,778B - 33


TABLE OF CONTENTSSchedulesTable of Contents ................................................................................................... C - 1Comparison of Operating Budget to Total Budget ................................................. C - 3Department/Fund Matrix ........................................................................................ C - 4Estimated Fund Balances ....................................................................................... C - 5Reserves and Contingencies – All Funds ............................................................... C - 7Reserves and Contingencies – General Fund Detail .............................................. C - 9Unrestricted Reserves and Contingencies Charts ................................................... C - 10Operating Budget by Major Revenues and Expenditures Categories .................... C - 11Revenues by Fund .................................................................................................. C - 23Expenditures by Fund ............................................................................................. C - 25Expenditures by Department – Operating Budget .................................................. C - 27PersonnelPersonnel Authorization Summary – Full Time Positions By Department ........... C - 29Personnel Authorization Summary – Full Time Positions by Fund andDepartment ....................................................................................................... C - 30Position Additions and Deletions ........................................................................... C - 33Capital OutlaySummary of Capital Outlay by Fund ...................................................................... C - 37Detail of Capital Outlay by Fund ........................................................................... C - 39C - 1


Lake County, FloridaFY 2013 Adopted BudgetComparison of Operating Budget to Total BudgetOperating BudgetActual Adopted Revised BudgetFunds FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Countywide Funds $ 143,051,153 $ 174,651,242 $ 179,019,186 $ 164,513,903Special Revenue Funds 50,024,692 81,211,948 86,678,737 79,656,410Grant Funds 25,784,946 42,168,951 43,329,921 28,828,022Debt Service Funds 13,604,972 11,192,280 11,200,142 11,200,093Enterprise Funds 20,356,789 25,557,452 27,679,269 24,637,816Sub-Total Operating Budget $ 252,822,552 $ 334,781,873 $ 347,907,255 $ 308,836,244Less: Operating Transfers (16,351,683) (16,948,951) (18,268,296) (18,998,174)Total Operating Budget $ 236,470,869 $ 317,832,922 $ 329,638,959 $ 289,838,070Capital Project Funds $ 31,649,300 $ 55,061,392 $ 52,257,965 $ 43,062,121Internal Service Funds $ 16,112,246 $ 30,477,004 $ 29,355,066 $ 27,924,027Total BudgetCountywide Funds $ 143,051,153 $ 174,651,242 $ 179,019,186 $ 164,513,903Special Revenue Funds 50,024,692 81,211,948 86,678,737 79,656,410Grant Funds 25,784,946 42,168,951 43,329,921 28,828,022Debt Service Funds 13,604,972 11,192,280 11,200,142 11,200,093Enterprise Funds 20,356,789 25,557,452 27,679,269 24,637,816Capital Project Funds 31,649,300 55,061,392 52,257,965 43,062,121Internal Service Funds 16,112,246 30,477,004 29,355,066 27,924,027Total All Funds $ 300,584,098 $ 420,320,269 $ 429,520,286 $ 379,822,392Discussion:When comparing the operating budget with other Florida counties, the operating budget typically does not includecapital project funds (3000 series funds) or internal service funds (5000 series funds). Capital project funds mosttypically reflect borrowed revenues, such as bonds, or bank loans that are used to construct capital improvementprojects, i.e. Downtown Tavares Governmental Expansion project. Revenues in these funds typically remainappropriated for the duration of the project which may span more than one fiscal year. These projects are notconsidered part of the "operating budget".Internal Service Funds derive their revenues from charges for service to all other operating funds. They includeservices such as group insurance, property insurance and fleet maintenance. By including these funds in the operatingbudget total, it results in the double counting of expenditures. Therefore, they also are excluded from the "operatingbudget" total.Interfund transfers are deducted before calculating an "operating budget" total because they also result in the doublecounting of expenditures, first in the fund where the transfer comes from and then again in the fund that receives thetransfer. If this is not done, it would overstate the "operating budget" total.C - 3


DepartmentDivision/ProgramCommunity ServicesHealth and Human ServicesHousing ServicesPublic TransportationConservation and ComplianceAnimal ServicesCode Enforcement ServicesProbation ServicesCounty AttorneyCounty ManagerOffice of Information OutreachDepartment/FundFund Type :MatrixImpact GasGeneralFees TaxEnvironmentalGrantsAmbulance/LawEnforcement/E911/County FireMSTUResortTaxBldg AnimalSvcs ShelterLibraryCapitalProjectsSolid InternalWaste ServiceOffice of Economic Development and TourismOffice of BudgetProcurement ServicesFleet ManagementHuman ResourcesFacilities Development and ManagementAdministrationMaintenanceGrowth ManagementAdministrationBuilding ServicesPlanning and Community DesignInformation TechnologyGeographic Information ServicesInformation SystemsProgramming and Application SupportTelecommunicationsLegislativeCounty CommissionersPublic ResourcesAgricultural Education ServicesLibrary ServicesParks and TrailsPublic SafetyCommunications TechnologiesEmergency ManagementFire RescuePublic WorksEngineeringEnvironmental ServicesRoad OperationsSolid WasteClerk of the Circuit CourtProperty AppraiserSheriffSupervisor of ElectionsTax CollectorJudicial SupportC - 4


Estimated Fund BalancesFY 2013FundNo.Fund NameFund Balance10/01/2011EstimatedFund Balance09/30/2012Projected FundBalance09/30/2013Countywide Funds0010 - General $ 44,386,988 $ 39,569,690 $ 32,699,4311120 - County Transportation 5,612,384 7,202,861 5,645,0401220 - Lake County Ambulance 2,478,028 1,308,165 2,037,7161900 - County Library System 576,949 545,435 349,237Total Countywide Funds $ 53,054,349 $ 48,626,151 $ 40,731,424Special Revenue Funds1070 - Library Impact Fee Trust $ 1,174,364 $ 1,026,777 $ 1,057,3671081 - Parks Impact Fee Trust - Central District 6,083 13,361 19,4491082 - Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District 13,147 32,336 44,4361083 - Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District 644,847 614,231 638,1591151 - Road Impact Fees - District 1 1,864,869 165,544 1,1641152 - Road Impact Fees - District 2 6,976,626 6,262,961 6,920,3481153 - Road Impact Fees - District 3 7,318,523 5,557,407 2,839,1831154 - Road Impact Fees - District 4 587,587 558,366 43,3091155 - Road Impact Fees - District 5 3,381,839 1,519,277 3,440,7441156 - Road Impact Fees - District 6 5,282,938 5,031,339 4,018,5001190 - Fish Conservation 109,909 123,393 135,8181230 - MSTU - Stormwater Management 6,808,840 6,261,501 5,033,0261231 - MSTU - Parks Services 280,392 909,337 1,593,7251232 - MSTU - Roads Services 1,170,854 8,092 -1240 - Emergency 911 5,146,761 2,754,252 2,282,0401250 - Resort / Development Tax 2,414,080 3,099,667 3,400,0751290 - Greater Hills MSBU 74,266 63,610 60,1011330 - Law Enforcement Trust 235,137 204,613 160,8631370 - Greater Groves MSBU 63,736 54,952 51,2761410 - Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue 471,730 974,070 1,087,7051430 - Village Green Street Lighting 10,939 12,891 13,1941450 - Greater Pines Municipal Services 67,946 63,182 59,8101460 - Picciola Island Street Lighting 2,591 3,250 3,4521470 - Valencia Terrace Street Lighting 4,873 6,427 6,6571500 - Lake County Environmental Recovery 100,945 98,216 102,3501520 - Building Services 96,062 241,098 454,7431680 - County Fire Rescue 4,730,052 5,277,282 5,193,9541690 - Fire Services Impact Fee Trust 1,962,774 2,215,826 2,182,9201800 - Employees Benefit 1,052 553 -1850 - Animal Shelter Sterilization Trust 228,867 298,470 300,347Total Special Revenue Funds $ 51,232,629 $ 43,452,281 $ 41,144,715C - 5


Estimated Fund BalancesFY 2013FundNo.Fund NameFund Balance10/01/2011EstimatedFund Balance09/30/2012Projected FundBalance09/30/2013Grant Funds1200 - Community Development Block Grant $ - $ - $ 1,256,2081210 - Public Transportation 1,750,976 1,211,706 1,324,3191260 - Affordable Housing Assistance Trust 2,696,661 1,708,907 1,029,7171270 - Section 8 653,490 678,871 388,5041300 - Federal / State Grants 41,208 11,442 807,8751310 - Restricted Local Programs 1,170,891 768,349 648,6201320 - Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant - 51 297,453Total Grant Funds $ 6,313,226 $ 4,379,326 $ 5,752,696Debt Service Funds2510 - Pari-Mutuel Revenue Replacement Bonds $ 110,033 $ 145,217 $173,7742610 - Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service 58,300 59,974 61,4752710 - Public Lands Program 2,927,443 2,046,185 1,008,2282810 - Expansion Projects Debt Service 2,004,182 13,558 22,058Total Debt Service Funds $ 5,099,958 $ 2,264,934 $ 1,265,535Enterprise Funds4200 - Landfill Enterprise $ 2,377,514 $ 3,511,732 $ 2,647,3184220 - Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care 3,505,509 3,349,393 958,006Total Enterprise Funds $ 5,883,023 $ 6,861,125 $ 3,605,324Total Operating Budget $ 121,583,185 $ 105,583,817 $ 92,499,694Capital Projects Funds3020 - Parks Capital Projects $ 995,043 $ 933,180 $ 1,654,2933030 - Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects 10,469,977 7,559,477 7,983,4623040 - Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW 2,268,879 4,811,804 2,769,5233100 - Emerg Comm Ops Center - - 2,584,4623710 - Public Lands Capital Program 3,848,113 3,640,118 2,989,0143810 - Facilities Expansion Capital 41,170,432 22,197,160 15,323,244Total Capital Projects Funds $ 58,752,444 $ 39,141,739 $ 33,303,998Internal Service Funds5200 - Property and Casualty $ 4,754,970 $ 3,532,262 $ 2,403,2925300 - Employee Group Benefits 9,276,179 9,830,730 7,406,8905400 - Fleet Management 131,676 208,846 222,2155500 - Administrative Services - - -Total Internal Service Funds $ 14,162,825 $ 13,571,838 $ 10,032,397C - 6


Reserves and ContingenciesAll FundsFund Adopted Estimated BudgetNo. Fund Name FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Countywide Funds0010 General $ 26,811,167 $ - $ 20,302,0181120 County Transportation Trust 2,448,936 - 1,821,0171220 Lake County Ambulance 426,695 - 1,134,3431900 County Library System 46,516 - 88,069Total Countywide Funds $ 29,733,314 $ - $ 23,345,447Special Revenue Funds1070 Library Impact Fee Trust $ 545,119 $ - $ 545,1191081 Parks Impact Fee - Central District 1,222 - 1,2221082 Parks Impact Fee - North District 1,222 - 1,2221083 Parks Impact Fee - South District 78,195 - 54,6231151 Road Impact Fees - District 1 363,672 - 1,1641152 Road Impact Fees - District 2 426,218 - 182,6711153 Road Impact Fees - District 3 162,689 - 262,7501154 Road Impact Fees - District 4 516 - 10,8541155 Road Impact Fees - District 5 164,118 - 400,2901156 Road Impact Fees - District 6 54,975 - 906,2301190 Fish Conservation 7,982 - -1230 MSTU - Stormwater Management 1,406,474 - 364,4931231 MSTU - Parks Services 505,215 - 873,5651232 MSTU - Roads Services 961,517 - -1240 Emergency 911 439,210 - 1,384,9061250 Resort/Development Tax 2,482,596 - 3,620,2981290 Greater Hills MSBU 59,008 - 60,1001370 Greater Groves MSBU 50,590 - 51,2761430 Village Green Street Lighting 11,242 - 13,1961450 Greater Pines Municipal Services 58,693 - 59,8111460 Picciola Island Street Lighting 2,789 - 3,4521470 Valencia Terrace Street Lighting 5,101 - 6,6551500 Lake County Environmental Recovery 84,753 - 101,3401520 Building Services 40,270 - 459,3641680 County Fire Rescue 2,837,800 - 2,754,2281690 Fire Services Impact Fee Trust 1,846,410 - 1,820,3151800 Employees Benefit Fund 595 - -1850 Animal Shelter Sterilization Trust 244,085 - 297,677Total Special Revenue Funds $ 12,842,276 $ - $ 14,236,821C - 7


Reserves and ContingenciesAll FundsFund Adopted Estimated BudgetNo. Fund Name FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Grant Funds1200 Community Development Block Grant $ 539,754 $ - $ 1,256,2081210 Public Transportation 1,107,951 - 764,0561260 Affordable Housing Assistance Trust 42,318 - 511,6841270 Section 8 267,889 - 142,8951300 Federal/State Grants 5,122,532 - 797,6091310 Restricted Local Programs 182,505 - 108,1901320 Energy Efficiency and Cons Block Grant 200,451 - 297,453Total Grant Funds $ 7,463,400 $ - $ 3,878,095Debt Service Funds2510 Pari-Mutuel Revenue Replacement Bonds $ 165,240 $ - $ 187,4802610 Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service 58,251 - 61,1762710 Public Lands Program 969,431 - 925,6442810 Expansion Projects Debt Service 27,432 - 30,058Total Debt Service Funds $ 1,220,354 $ - $ 1,204,358Enterprise Funds4200 Landfill Enterprise $ 363,595 $ - $ 718,3374220 Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care 986,977 - 1,169,256Total Enterprise Funds $ 1,350,572 $ - $ 1,887,593Subtotal Operating Budget $ 52,609,916 $ - $ 44,552,314Capital Projects Funds3020 Parks Capital Projects $ 318,653 $ - $ 571,2913030 Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects 2,274,108 - 4,563,7973040 Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW 2,112,529 - 494,4213100 Emerg Comm Ops Center - - 2,584,4623710 Public Lands Capital Program 253,319 - 205,4133810 Facilities Expansion Capital 25,797,083 - 10,058,551Total Capital Projects Funds $ 30,755,692 $ - $ 18,477,935Internal Service Funds5200 Property and Casualty $ 2,481,689 $ - $ 1,973,0295300 Employee Group Benefits 7,862,234 - 5,164,6585400 Fleet Management 199,128 - 238,3285500 Administrative Services - - -Total Internal Service Funds $ 10,543,051 $ - $ 7,376,015C - 8


Reserves and ContingenciesGeneral Fund DetailAdopted Estimated BudgetFund Name FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013GeneralReserve - PO Carryforward $ 637,691 $ - $ 832,396Designated Reserves $ 637,691 $ - $ 832,396Reserve for Contingency $ - $ - $-Economic Stabilization Reserve 23,173,476 - 16,577,122Reserve - Economic Development 3,000,000 - 2,892,500Reserve for Operations - - -Total Reserves $ 26,173,476 $ - $ 19,469,622Total General Fund Reserves and Contingencies $ 26,811,167 $ - $ 20,302,018C - 9


Lake County, FloridaGeneral Fund Unrestricted Reserves25%Unrestricted Reserve as a Percentage of ExpendituresFY 2005 to FY 2013% of Expenditures20%15%10%5%Lake County'sMinimum Goal0%FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Fiscal YearUnrestricted Reserves as a Percentage of ExpendituresFiscal Year FY 2004 FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Unrestricted Reserves 13.8% 11.2% 12.6% 14.0% 11.2% 10.6% 14.1% 23.0% 21.7% 16.8%Note: Budget Best Practices recommend that an unrestricted reserve equal to two months of expenditures be maintained (10% - 17% of totalbudgeted expenditures). In May 2010, the BCC revised Board Policy LCC-51 to recommend an economic stabilization reserve balance of noless than 15% of the total budget be maintained in the General Fund. Prior to that, the recommended minimum level was 10%.Unrestricted Reserves and ContingenciesMillions$30$20$10$11.7$15.2$22.5$19.2$16.3$19.5$29.4$26.2$19.5$0FY 2005AdoptedFY 2006AdoptedFY 2007AdoptedFY 2008AdoptedFY 2009AdoptedFY 2010AdoptedFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012AdoptedFY 2013BudgetC - 10


RevenuesOperating BudgetFY 2013CountyCountyTransportation Lake County LibraryGeneral Trust Ambulance System0010 1120 1220 1900Taxes $ 78,023,587 $ 6,580,000 $ 5,650,570 $-Permits and Fees 375,000 34,000 - -Intergovernmental Revenues 13,270,935 4,312,100 - 464,948Charges For Services 6,533,367 437,510 - 600Fines And Forfeits 309,250 - - 52,700Miscellaneous Revenues 1,294,314 88,050 21,000 55,300Total Current Revenues $ 99,806,453 $ 11,451,660 $ 5,671,570 $ 573,548Non-Revenues 35,852,924 5,072,457 1,754,137 4,331,154Total Revenues $ 135,659,377 $ 16,524,117 $ 7,425,707 $ 4,904,702Less Operating Transfers (14,639,574) - (300,000) -Total Operating Budget $ 121,019,803 $ 16,524,117 $ 7,125,707 $ 4,904,702ExpendituresPersonal Services $ 15,524,138 $ 6,416,266 $ - $ 2,637,202Operating Expenditures 17,418,419 6,588,046 - 725,156Capital Outlay 424,311 309,095 - 433,753Total Operating Expenditures $ 33,366,868 $ 13,313,407 $ - $ 3,796,111Debt Services $ - $ - $ - $-Grants And Aids 4,307,636 816,610 5,828,160 1,020,522Other Uses 97,984,873 2,394,100 1,597,547 88,069Total Expenditures $ 135,659,377 $ 16,524,117 $ 7,425,707 $ 4,904,702Less Operating Transfers (14,639,574) - (300,000) -Total Operating Budget $ 121,019,803 $ 16,524,117 $ 7,125,707 $ 4,904,702C - 11


Operating BudgetFY 2013RevenuesParks Impact Parks Impact Parks ImpactLibrary Fee Trust - Fee Trust - Fee Trust -Impact Fee Central North SouthTrust District District District1070 1081 1082 1083Taxes $ - $ - $ - $-Permits and Fees 100,000 7,000 10,000 40,000Intergovernmental Revenues - - - -Charges For Services - - - -Fines And Forfeits - - - -Miscellaneous Revenues 4,000 75 150 3,000Total Current Revenues $ 104,000 $ 7,075 $ 10,150 $ 43,000Non-Revenues 1,052,167 19,095 43,928 636,009Total Revenues $ 1,156,167 $ 26,170 $ 54,078 $ 679,009Less Operating Transfers - - - -Total Operating Budget $ 1,156,167 $ 26,170 $ 54,078 $ 679,009ExpendituresPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $-Operating Expenditures - - - -Capital Outlay - 24,948 52,856 624,386Total Operating Expenditures $ - $ 24,948 $ 52,856 $ 624,386Debt Services $ - $ - $ - $-Grants And Aids 611,048 - - -Other Uses 545,119 1,222 1,222 54,623Total Expenditures $ 1,156,167 $ 26,170 $ 54,078 $ 679,009Less Operating Transfers - - - -Total Operating Budget $ 1,156,167 $ 26,170 $ 54,078 $ 679,009C - 12


Operating BudgetFY 2013RevenuesRoad Impact Road Impact Road Impact Road ImpactFees - Fees - Fees - Fees -District 1 District 2 District 3 District 41151 1152 1153 1154Taxes $ - $ - $ - $-Permits and Fees - - - -Intergovernmental Revenues - - - -Charges For Services - - - -Fines And Forfeits - - - -Miscellaneous Revenues - 25,000 10,000 -Total Current Revenues $ - $ 25,000 $ 10,000 $-Non-Revenues 1,164 6,919,098 2,838,683 43,309Total Revenues $ 1,164 $ 6,944,098 $ 2,848,683 $ 43,309Less Operating Transfers - - - -Total Operating Budget $ 1,164 $ 6,944,098 $ 2,848,683 $ 43,309ExpendituresPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $-Operating Expenditures - - - -Capital Outlay - 6,761,427 2,585,933 32,455Total Operating Expenditures $ - $ 6,761,427 $ 2,585,933 $ 32,455Debt Services $ - $ - $ - $-Grants And Aids - - - -Other Uses 1,164 182,671 262,750 10,854Total Expenditures $ 1,164 $ 6,944,098 $ 2,848,683 $ 43,309Less Operating Transfers - - - -Total Operating Budget $ 1,164 $ 6,944,098 $ 2,848,683 $ 43,309C - 13


Operating BudgetFY 2013RevenuesRoad Impact Road Impact MSTU -Fees - Fees - Fish StormwaterDistrict 5 District 6 Conservation Management1155 1156 1190 1230Taxes $ - $ - $ - $ 536,939Permits and Fees - - - -Intergovernmental Revenues - - - 70,000Charges For Services - - - 15,000Fines And Forfeits - - - -Miscellaneous Revenues 12,000 10,000 12,750 25,100Total Current Revenues $ 12,000 $ 10,000 $ 12,750 $ 647,039Non-Revenues 3,440,144 4,018,000 135,180 5,005,124Total Revenues $ 3,452,144 $ 4,028,000 $ 147,930 $ 5,652,163Less Operating Transfers - - (638) (26,971)Total Operating Budget $ 3,452,144 $ 4,028,000 $ 147,292 $ 5,625,192ExpendituresPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ 371,795Operating Expenditures - - - 124,023Capital Outlay 3,051,854 3,121,770 147,292 4,610,425Total Operating Expenditures $ 3,051,854 $ 3,121,770 $ 147,292 $ 5,106,243Debt Services $ - $ - $ - $-Grants And Aids - - - 136,575Other Uses 400,290 906,230 638 409,345Total Expenditures $ 3,452,144 $ 4,028,000 $ 147,930 $ 5,652,163Less Operating Transfers - - (638) (26,971)Total Operating Budget $ 3,452,144 $ 4,028,000 $ 147,292 $ 5,625,192C - 14


Operating BudgetFY 2013RevenuesResort/MSTU - Parks MSTU - Roads DevelopmentServices Services Emergency 911 Tax1231 1232 1240 1250Taxes $ 3,636,970 $ - $ - $ 2,000,000Permits and Fees - - - -Intergovernmental Revenues 60,000 - 261,657 -Charges For Services 50,000 - 1,414,000 -Fines And Forfeits - - - -Miscellaneous Revenues 17,050 - 30,000 32,000Total Current Revenues $ 3,764,020 $ - $ 1,705,657 $ 2,032,000Non-Revenues 1,408,524 - 2,196,758 3,298,475Total Revenues $ 5,172,544 $ - $ 3,902,415 $ 5,330,475Less Operating Transfers (172,119) - (1,369,466) (101,600)Total Operating Budget $ 5,000,425 $ - $ 2,532,949 $ 5,228,875ExpendituresPersonal Services $ 1,441,503 $ - $ 237,670 $ 474,498Operating Expenditures 2,126,279 - 724,769 734,079Capital Outlay 50,000 - 2,000 -Total Operating Expenditures $ 3,617,782 $ - $ 964,439 $ 1,208,577Debt Services $ - $ - $ - $-Grants And Aids 400,000 - 183,604 400,000Other Uses 1,154,762 - 2,754,372 3,721,898Total Expenditures $ 5,172,544 $ - $ 3,902,415 $ 5,330,475Less Operating Transfers (172,119) - (1,369,466) (101,600)Total Operating Budget $ 5,000,425 $ - $ 2,532,949 $ 5,228,875C - 15


Operating BudgetFY 2013RevenuesLawInfrastructureGreater Hills Enforcement Greater Sales TaxMSBU Trust Groves MSBU Revenue1290 1330 1370 1410Taxes $ - $ - $ - $ 10,000,000Permits and Fees 250,196 - 213,381 -Intergovernmental Revenues - - - -Charges For Services - - - -Fines And Forfeits - - - -Miscellaneous Revenues 500 1,250 500 -Total Current Revenues $ 250,696 $ 1,250 $ 213,881 $ 10,000,000Non-Revenues 47,566 160,800 40,582 587,705Total Revenues $ 298,262 $ 162,050 $ 254,463 $ 10,587,705Less Operating Transfers (20,056) - (17,110) -Total Operating Budget $ 278,206 $ 162,050 $ 237,353 $ 10,587,705ExpendituresPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $-Operating Expenditures 210,585 - 179,660 -Capital Outlay - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 210,585 $ - $ 179,660 $-Debt Services $ - $ - $ - $-Grants And Aids - 162,050 - -Other Uses 87,677 - 74,803 10,587,705Total Expenditures $ 298,262 $ 162,050 $ 254,463 $ 10,587,705Less Operating Transfers (20,056) - (17,110) -Total Operating Budget $ 278,206 $ 162,050 $ 237,353 $ 10,587,705C - 16


Operating BudgetFY 2013RevenuesValenciaVillage Green Greater Pines Picciola TerraceStreet Municipal Island Street StreetLighting Services Lighting Lighting1430 1450 1460 1470Taxes $ - $ - $ - $-Permits and Fees 12,948 245,567 3,752 6,171Intergovernmental Revenues - - - -Charges For Services - - - -Fines And Forfeits - - - -Miscellaneous Revenues 100 500 10 19Total Current Revenues $ 13,048 $ 246,067 $ 3,762 $ 6,190Non-Revenues 12,542 47,507 3,264 6,347Total Revenues $ 25,590 $ 293,574 $ 7,026 $ 12,537Less Operating Transfers (1,043) (19,685) (301) (496)Total Operating Budget $ 24,547 $ 273,889 $ 6,725 $ 12,041ExpendituresPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $-Operating Expenditures 10,960 206,696 3,160 5,200Capital Outlay - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 10,960 $ 206,696 $ 3,160 $ 5,200Debt Services $ - $ - $ - $-Grants And Aids - - - -Other Uses 14,630 86,878 3,866 7,337Total Expenditures $ 25,590 $ 293,574 $ 7,026 $ 12,537Less Operating Transfers (1,043) (19,685) (301) (496)Total Operating Budget $ 24,547 $ 273,889 $ 6,725 $ 12,041C - 17


Operating BudgetFY 2013RevenuesLake CountyFire ServicesEnvironmental Building County Fire Impact FeeRecovery Services Rescue Trust1500 1520 1680 1690Taxes $ - $ - $ 2,621,001 $-Permits and Fees - 1,192,626 16,490,000 150,000Intergovernmental Revenues 3,781 - 198,880 -Charges For Services - 71,798 - -Fines And Forfeits - 5,500 - -Miscellaneous Revenues 2,600 1,500 60,000 15,000Total Current Revenues $ 6,381 $ 1,271,424 $ 19,369,881 $ 165,000Non-Revenues 102,031 391,172 4,718,618 2,174,670Total Revenues $ 108,412 $ 1,662,596 $ 24,088,499 $ 2,339,670Less Operating Transfers (319) (63,496) (1,003,381) -Total Operating Budget $ 108,093 $ 1,599,100 $ 23,085,118 $ 2,339,670ExpendituresPersonal Services $ - $ 1,000,719 $ 15,070,400 $-Operating Expenditures 6,753 138,942 3,501,945 -Capital Outlay - - 1,365,124 519,355Total Operating Expenditures $ 6,753 $ 1,139,661 $ 19,937,469 $ 519,355Debt Services $ - $ -$-Grants And Aids - - -Other Uses 101,659 522,935 4,151,030 1,820,315Total Expenditures $ 108,412 $ 1,662,596 $ 24,088,499 $ 2,339,670Less Operating Transfers (319) (63,496) (1,003,381) -Total Operating Budget $ 108,093 $ 1,599,100 $ 23,085,118 $ 2,339,670C - 18


Operating BudgetFY 2013RevenuesAnimalShelter CommunityEmployees Sterilization Development PublicBenefit Trust Block Grant Transportation1800 1850 1200 1210Taxes $ - $ - $ - $-Permits and Fees - - - -Intergovernmental Revenues - - 4,562,403 4,822,586Charges For Services - - - 1,479,229Fines And Forfeits - - - -Miscellaneous Revenues - 81,400 - 20,138Total Current Revenues $ - $ 81,400 $ 4,562,403 $ 6,321,953Non-Revenues - 296,277 1,256,208 2,730,600Total Revenues $ - $ 377,677 $ 5,818,611 $ 9,052,553Less Operating Transfers - - -Total Operating Budget $ - $ 377,677 $ 5,818,611 $ 9,052,553ExpendituresPersonal Services $ - $ - $ 316,254 $ 332,910Operating Expenditures - 80,000 249,420 6,210,600Capital Outlay - - - 1,744,987Total Operating Expenditures $ - $ 80,000 $ 565,674 $ 8,288,497Debt Services $ - $ - $ - $-Grants And Aids - - 3,996,729 -Other Uses - 297,677 1,256,208 764,056Total Expenditures $ - $ 377,677 $ 5,818,611 $ 9,052,553Less Operating Transfers - - -Total Operating Budget $ - $ 377,677 $ 5,818,611 $ 9,052,553C - 19


Operating BudgetFY 2013RevenuesAffordableRestrictedHousing Federal/ LocalAssistance Trust Section 8 State Grants Programs1260 1270 1300 1310Taxes $ - $ - $ - $-Permits and Fees - - - -Intergovernmental Revenues - 3,458,494 6,676,470 8,000Charges For Services - - - 314,925Fines And Forfeits - - - 160,000Miscellaneous Revenues 12,000 79,800 - 75,000Total Current Revenues $ 12,000 $ 3,538,294 $ 6,676,470 $ 557,925Non-Revenues 1,029,717 388,504 807,875 648,620Total Revenues $ 1,041,717 $ 3,926,798 $ 7,484,345 $ 1,206,545Less Operating Transfers - - - -Total Operating Budget $ 1,041,717 $ 3,926,798 $ 7,484,345 $ 1,206,545ExpendituresPersonal Services $ 41,786 $ 195,509 $ 128,164 $ 99,772Operating Expenditures 17,322 133,987 78,059 141,329Capital Outlay - - 5,516,579 126,701Total Operating Expenditures $ 59,108 $ 329,496 $ 5,722,802 $ 367,802Debt Services $ - $ - $ - $-Grants And Aids 470,925 3,454,407 963,934 730,553Other Uses 511,684 142,895 797,609 108,190Total Expenditures $ 1,041,717 $ 3,926,798 $ 7,484,345 $ 1,206,545Less Operating Transfers - - - -Total Operating Budget $ 1,041,717 $ 3,926,798 $ 7,484,345 $ 1,206,545C - 20


Operating BudgetFY 2013RevenuesPari-MutuelEnergy Efficiency Revenueand Cons Block Replacement Renewal Sales Public LandsGrant Bonds Tax Debt Service Program1320 2510 2610 2710Taxes $ - $ - $ - $ 2,786,422Permits and Fees - - - -Intergovernmental Revenues - 297,667 - -Charges For Services - - - -Fines And Forfeits - - - -Miscellaneous Revenues - 1,000 1,000 30,100Total Current Revenues $ - $ 298,667 $ 1,000 $ 2,816,522Non-Revenues 297,453 158,841 1,269,823 882,902Total Revenues $ 297,453 $ 457,508 $ 1,270,823 $ 3,699,424Less Operating Transfers - - - -Total Operating Budget $ 297,453 $ 457,508 $ 1,270,823 $ 3,699,424ExpendituresPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $-Operating Expenditures - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $-Debt Services $ - $ 270,028 $ 1,209,647 $ 2,703,688Grants And Aids - - - -Other Uses 297,453 187,480 61,176 995,736Total Expenditures $ 297,453 $ 457,508 $ 1,270,823 $ 3,699,424Less Operating Transfers - - - -Total Operating Budget $ 297,453 $ 457,508 $ 1,270,823 $ 3,699,424C - 21


Operating BudgetFY 2013RevenuesSolid WasteExpansionClosures andProjects Debt Landfill Long-TermService Enterprise Care2810 4200 4220 TotalsTaxes $ - $ - $ - $ 111,835,489Permits and Fees - 11,887,872 - 31,018,513Intergovernmental Revenues - - - 38,467,921Charges For Services - 5,275,000 - 15,591,429Fines And Forfeits - - - 527,450Miscellaneous Revenues 10,000 150,500 25,000 2,207,706Total Current Revenues $ 10,000 $ 17,313,372 $ 25,000 $ 199,648,508Non-Revenues 5,762,338 5,946,438 1,353,006 109,187,736Total Revenues $ 5,772,338 $ 23,259,810 $ 1,378,006 $ 308,836,244Less Operating Transfers - (1,260,669) (1,250) (18,998,174)Total Operating Budget $ 5,772,338 $ 21,999,141 $ 1,376,756 $ 289,838,070ExpendituresPersonal Services $ - $ 2,187,029 $ - $ 46,475,615Operating Expenditures - 17,596,118 207,500 57,419,007Capital Outlay - 173,000 - 31,678,251Total Operating Expenditures $ - $ 19,956,147 $ 207,500 $ 135,572,873Debt Services $ 5,742,280 $ 1,036,900 $ - $ 10,962,543Grants And Aids - 50,000 - 23,532,753Other Uses 30,058 2,216,763 1,170,506 138,768,075Total Expenditures $ 5,772,338 $ 23,259,810 $ 1,378,006 $ 308,836,244Less Operating Transfers - (1,260,669) (1,250) (18,998,174)Total Operating Budget $ 5,772,338 $ 21,999,141 $ 1,376,756 $ 289,838,070C - 22


Revenues by FundFundNo.Fund NameActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012RevisedFY 2012BudgetFY 20130010112012201900Countywide FundsGeneral $ 115,130,457 $ 146,475,298 $ 149,140,984County Transportation Trust 12,196,437 16,287,578 17,861,238Lake County Ambulance 6,465,971 7,033,690 7,031,284County Library System 4,826,657 4,854,676 4,985,680Total Countywide Funds $ 138,619,522 $ 174,651,242 $ 179,019,186$$135,659,37716,524,1177,425,7074,904,702164,513,903107010811082108311511152115311541155115611901230123112321240125012901330137014101430145014601470150015201680169018001850Special Revenue FundsLibrary Impact Fee Trust $ 122,607 $ 1,648,638 $ 1,125,577 $ 1,156,167Parks Impact Fee Trust - Central District 10,846 8,292 20,058 26,170Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District 19,382 16,268 43,831 54,078Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District 61,451 449,412 659,356 679,009Road Impact Fees - District 1 31,470 589,613 215,8251,164Road Impact Fees - District 2 107,369 7,026,553 7,200,465 6,944,098Road Impact Fees - District 3 50,241 4,906,689 6,218,669 2,848,683Road Impact Fees - District 4 39,116 817,672 846,522 43,309Road Impact Fees - District 5 133,918 4,113,772 4,218,931 3,452,144Road Impact Fees - District 6 44,710 5,046,975 5,170,399 4,028,000Fish Conservation 14,048 122,019 129,568 147,930MSTU - Stormwater Management 668,570 5,879,071 6,909,006 5,652,163MSTU - Parks Services 3,982,571 4,369,947 4,482,224 5,172,544MSTU - Roads Services 8,138 963,048 8,096-Emergency 911 1,485,023 3,252,641 4,368,130 3,902,415Resort / Development Tax 1,991,060 4,248,648 4,915,544 5,330,475Greater Hills MSBU 239,098 294,615 299,218 298,262Law Enforcement Trust 93,354 242,724 205,800 162,050Greater Groves MSBU 207,500 253,777 258,139 254,463Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue 10,478,820 9,995,250 10,474,070 10,587,705Village Green Street Lighting 13,345 24,316 25,965 25,590Greater Pines Municipal Services 236,161 290,555 295,044 293,574Picciola Island Street Lighting 3,980 6,676 7,1357,026Valencia Terrace Street Lighting 6,546 11,539 12,864 12,537Lake County Environmental Recovery 2,627 92,219 117,739 108,412Building Services 1,289,284 1,172,449 1,368,136 1,662,596County Fire Rescue 20,528,940 22,744,876 24,333,207 24,088,499Fire Services Impact Fee TrustEmployees BenefitAnimal Shelter Sterilization Trust256,517552117,6822,299,014595324,0852,372,576843375,8002,339,670-377,677Total Special Revenue Funds $ 42,244,926 $ 81,211,948 $ 86,678,737 $ 79,656,410C - 23


Revenues by FundFundNo.Fund NameActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012RevisedFY 2012BudgetFY 20131200121012601270130013101320Grant FundsCommunity Development Block Grant $ 1,290,260 $ 6,258,709 $ 5,870,915Public Transportation 6,123,428 9,478,145 9,422,379Affordable Housing Assistance Trust 937,398 1,441,768 1,732,907Section 8 3,305,502 4,373,485 4,094,066Federal / State Grants 10,623,806 17,743,300 19,355,308Restricted Local Programs 654,887 1,324,051 1,476,606Energy Efficiency and Cons Block Grant 1,196,852 1,549,493 1,377,740Total Grant Funds $ 24,132,133 $ 42,168,951 $ 43,329,921$$5,818,6119,052,5531,041,7173,926,7987,484,3451,206,545297,45328,828,0222510261027102810Debt Service FundsPari-Mutuel Revenue Replacement Bonds $ 3,934,809 $ 435,350 $ 428,951Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service 1,210,072 1,267,898 1,269,322Public Lands Program 1,876,095 3,721,695 3,735,656Expansion Projects Debt Service 3,748,971 5,767,337 5,766,213Total Debt Service Funds $ 10,769,947 $ 11,192,280 $ 11,200,142$$457,5081,270,8233,699,4245,772,33811,200,09342004220Enterprise FundsLandfill Enterprise $ 21,729,785 $ 22,266,032 $ 24,277,876Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care 28,621 3,291,420 3,401,393Total Enterprise Funds $ 21,758,406 $ 25,557,452 $ 27,679,269$$23,259,8101,378,00624,637,816Subtotal Operating Budget $ 237,524,934 $ 334,781,873 $ 347,907,255$308,836,244Less Operating Transfers $ (16,351,683) $ (16,948,951) $ (18,268,296)$(18,998,174)Total Operating Budget $ 221,173,251 $ 317,832,922 $ 329,638,959$289,838,070Capital Projects Funds3020303030403100Parks Capital ProjectsRenewal Sales Tax Capital ProjectsRenewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PWEmerg Comm Ops Center$ 358,3373,246,9747,965,866-$ 1,326,44110,185,4929,715,879-$ 2,318,8189,189,3789,802,6394,724,152$ 2,007,1438,757,7447,822,8755,967,35137103810Public Lands Capital ProgramFacilities Expansion Capital31,615435,8013,830,58230,002,9983,649,61822,573,3602,993,76415,513,244Total Capital Projects Funds $ 12,038,593 $ 55,061,392 $ 52,257,965 $ 43,062,1215200530054005500Internal Service FundsProperty and Casualty $ 1,698,746 $ 5,377,335 $ 5,011,338Employee Group Benefits 10,464,834 20,455,894 19,646,035Fleet Management 2,725,705 4,643,775 4,697,693Administrative Services 631,974 - -Total Internal Service Funds $ 15,521,259 $ 30,477,004 $ 29,355,066$$4,892,28418,630,1314,401,612-27,924,027C - 24


Expenditures by FundFundNo.Fund NameActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012RevisedFY 2012BudgetFY 20130010112012201900107010811082108311511152115311541155115611901230123112321240125012901330137014101430145014601470150015201680169018001850Countywide FundsGeneral $ 119,947,754 $ 146,475,298 $ 149,140,984 $ 135,659,377County Transportation Trust 10,605,960 16,287,578 17,861,238 16,524,117Lake County Ambulance 7,639,268 7,033,690 7,031,284 7,425,707County Library System 4,858,171 4,854,676 4,985,680 4,904,702Total Countywide Funds $ 143,051,153 $ 174,651,242 $ 179,019,186 $ 164,513,903Special Revenue FundsLibrary Impact Fee Trust $ 270,193 $ 1,648,638 $ 1,125,577 $ 1,156,167Parks Impact Fee Trust - Central District 3,569 8,292 20,058 26,170Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District 193 16,268 43,831 54,078Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District 92,067 449,412 659,356 679,009Road Impact Fees - District 1 1,730,795 589,613 215,825 1,164Road Impact Fees - District 2 821,034 7,026,553 7,200,465 6,944,098Road Impact Fees - District 3 1,811,358 4,906,689 6,218,669 2,848,683Road Impact Fees - District 4 68,337 817,672 846,522 43,309Road Impact Fees - District 5 1,996,481 4,113,772 4,218,931 3,452,144Road Impact Fees - District 6 296,308 5,046,975 5,170,399 4,028,000Fish Conservation 565 122,019 129,568 147,930MSTU - Stormwater Management 1,215,908 5,879,071 6,909,006 5,652,163MSTU - Parks Services 3,353,626 4,369,947 4,482,224 5,172,544MSTU - Roads Services 1,170,901 963,048 8,096 -Emergency 911 3,877,531 3,252,641 4,368,130 3,902,415Resort / Development Tax 1,305,473 4,248,648 4,915,544 5,330,475Greater Hills MSBU 249,754 294,615 299,218 298,262Law Enforcement Trust 123,877 242,724 205,800 162,050Greater Groves MSBU 216,285 253,777 258,139 254,463Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue 9,976,480 9,995,250 10,474,070 10,587,705Village Green Street Lighting 11,393 24,316 25,965 25,590Greater Pines Municipal Services 240,925 290,555 295,044 293,574Picciola Island Street Lighting 3,321 6,676 7,135 7,026Valencia Terrace Street Lighting 4,992 11,539 12,864 12,537Lake County Environmental Recovery 5,356 92,219 117,739 108,412Building Services 1,144,249 1,172,449 1,368,136 1,662,596County Fire Rescue 19,981,125 22,744,876 24,333,207 24,088,499Fire Services Impact Fee Trust 3,465 2,299,014 2,372,576 2,339,670Employees Benefit 1,052 595 843 -Animal Shelter Sterilization Trust 48,079 324,085 375,800 377,677Total Special Revenue Funds $ 50,024,692 $ 81,211,948 $ 86,678,737 $ 79,656,410C - 25


Expenditures by FundFundNo.Fund NameActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012RevisedFY 2012BudgetFY 20131200121012601270130013101320251026102710281042004220Grant FundsCommunity Development Block Grant $ 1,290,260 $ 6,258,709 $ 5,870,915 $ 5,818,611Public Transportation 6,662,697 9,478,145 9,422,379 9,052,553Affordable Housing Assistance Trust 1,925,152 1,441,768 1,732,907 1,041,717Section 8 3,280,121 4,373,485 4,094,066 3,926,798Federal / State Grants 10,474,787 17,743,300 19,355,308 7,484,345Restricted Local Programs 955,128 1,324,051 1,476,606 1,206,545Energy Efficiency and Cons Block Grant 1,196,801 1,549,493 1,377,740 297,453Total Grant Funds $ 25,784,946 $ 42,168,951 $ 43,329,921 $ 28,828,022Debt Service FundsPari-Mutuel Revenue Replacement Bonds $ 3,899,626 $ 435,350 $ 428,951 $ 457,508Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service 1,208,398 1,267,898 1,269,322 1,270,823Public Lands Program 2,757,353 3,721,695 3,735,656 3,699,424Expansion Projects Debt Service 5,739,595 5,767,337 5,766,213 5,772,338Total Debt Service Funds $ 13,604,972 $ 11,192,280 $ 11,200,142 $ 11,200,093Enterprise FundsLandfill Enterprise $ 19,988,519 $ 22,266,032 $ 24,277,876 $ 23,259,810Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care 368,270 3,291,420 3,401,393 1,378,006Total Enterprise Funds $ 20,356,789 $ 25,557,452 $ 27,679,269 $ 24,637,816Subtotal Operating Budget $ 252,822,552 $ 334,781,873 $ 347,907,255 $ 308,836,244Less Operating Transfers $ (16,351,683) $ (16,948,951) $ (18,268,296) $ (18,998,174)Total Operating Budget $ 236,470,869 $ 317,832,922 $ 329,638,959 $ 289,838,070Capital Projects Funds3020303030403100Parks Capital ProjectsRenewal Sales Tax Capital ProjectsRenewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PWEmerg Comm Ops Center$ 420,2006,157,4755,422,941-$ 1,326,44110,185,4929,715,879-$ 2,318,8189,189,3789,802,6394,724,152$ 2,007,1438,757,7447,822,8755,967,35137103810Public Lands Capital ProgramFacilities Expansion Capital239,61119,409,0733,830,58230,002,9983,649,61822,573,3602,993,76415,513,244Total Capital Projects Funds $ 31,649,300 $ 55,061,392 $ 52,257,965 $ 43,062,1215200530054005500Internal Service FundsProperty and Casualty $ 2,921,455 $ 5,377,335 $ 5,011,338 $ 4,892,284Employee Group Benefits 9,910,283 20,455,894 19,646,035 18,630,131Fleet Management 2,648,534 4,643,775 4,697,693 4,401,612Administrative Services 631,974 - - -Total Internal Service Funds $ 16,112,246 $ 30,477,004 $ 29,355,066 $ 27,924,027C - 26


Expenditures by DepartmentFY 2013 Operating BudgetActual Adopted Revised BudgetDepartment FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Community Services $ 19,888,904 $ 28,020,540 $ 29,084,023 $ 23,638,740Conservation and Compliance 3,212,414 3,525,219 4,042,854 3,580,443County Attorney 748,754 679,819 679,819 687,135County Manager 3,452,664 7,533,246 8,459,217 8,591,036Human Resources 590,793 751,051 751,299 723,597Facilities Development and Management 4,770,228 4,725,814 4,751,775 4,578,679Growth Management 3,696,790 4,058,834 4,082,768 3,238,824Information Technology 2,428,155 2,531,155 2,684,959 2,300,614Legislative 692,524 680,275 680,275 707,506Public Resources 10,507,815 13,344,392 13,480,219 13,952,885Public Safety 28,306,383 35,856,777 37,807,113 35,082,747Public Works 50,415,361 85,915,819 93,277,038 71,291,129Clerk of the Circuit Court 4,146,221 4,165,191 4,165,191 4,643,390Property Appraiser 2,175,879 2,058,641 2,058,641 2,095,182Sheriff 61,498,925 58,618,641 58,738,636 56,261,114Supervisor of Elections 1,808,483 2,129,958 2,129,958 1,944,177Tax Collector 4,551,346 4,197,825 4,197,825 4,225,731Judicial Support 2,205,063 2,776,608 2,777,150 3,155,047Debt Service 13,604,972 11,192,280 11,200,142 11,200,093Non-Departmental 34,120,880 62,019,788 62,858,353 56,938,175Sub-Total Operating Budget $ 252,822,552 $ 334,781,873 $ 347,907,255 $ 308,836,244Less: Operating Transfers $ (16,351,683) $ (16,948,951) $ (18,268,296) $ (18,998,174)Total Operating Budget $ 236,470,869 $ 317,832,922 $ 329,638,959 $ 289,838,070C - 27


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Personnel


Personnel Authorization SummaryLake County BCC and Constitutional OfficersFull Time Positions by DepartmentActual Adopted Estimated Personnel Actions FY 2013 BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 Transfers Deletions Additions FY 2013Lake County BCCCommunity Services 23.00 23.00 23.00 (2.05) (1.00) 2.05 22.00Conservation and Compliance 53.00 53.00 53.00 0.00 (2.00) 0.00 51.00County Attorney 8.00 7.00 7.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 7.00County Manager 30.00 31.00 31.00 (1.50) 0.00 2.50 32.00Facilities Development and Management 35.00 30.00 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 30.00Growth Management 36.00 35.00 35.00 0.00 (4.00) 0.00 31.00Human Resources 8.00 8.00 8.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8.00Information Technology 26.00 25.00 25.00 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 24.00Judicial Support 9.00 9.00 9.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 10.00Legislative 8.00 8.00 8.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8.00Public Resources 96.00 104.00 104.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 104.00Public Safety 211.00 207.00 207.00 (1.85) 0.00 7.85 213.00Public Works 180.00 182.00 182.00 0.00 (1.00) 3.00 184.00TOTAL - BCC Operating Funds 723.00 722.00 722.00 (5.40) (9.00) 16.40 724.00Legislative and Executive 15.00 19.00 19.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 19.00TOTAL - BCC Non-Operating Funds 15.00 19.00 19.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 19.00TOTAL - Board of County Commissioners 738.00 741.00 741.00 (5.40) (9.00) 16.40 743.00Lake County Constitutional OfficersClerk of the Circuit Court 216.00 216.00 216.00 0.00 (8.00) 0.00 208.00Property Appraiser 37.00 37.00 37.00 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 36.00Sheriff's Office 743.00 743.00 743.00 0.00 (32.00) 0.00 711.00Supervisor of Elections 13.00 13.00 13.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 13.00Tax Collector 67.00 67.00 67.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 67.00TOTAL - Constitutional Officers 1076.00 1076.00 1076.00 0.00 (41.00) 0.00 1035.00TOTAL - Lake County 1814.00 1817.00 1817.00 (5.40) (50.00) 16.40 1778.00C - 29


Personnel Authorization SummaryLake County Board of County CommissionersFull Time Positions by Fund and DepartmentActual Adopted Estimated Personnel Actions FY 2013 BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 Transfers Deletions Additions FY 2013GeneralCommunity Services 7.25 7.35 7.35 (0.15) 0.00 0.00 7.20Conservation and Compliance 51.00 51.00 51.00 0.00 (2.00) 0.00 49.00County Attorney 8.00 7.00 7.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 7.00County Manager 25.00 25.00 25.00 (1.10) 0.00 0.60 24.50Facilities Development and Mgmt 35.00 30.00 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 30.00Growth Management 17.00 17.00 17.00 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 16.00Human Resources 8.00 8.00 8.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8.00Information Technology 26.00 25.00 25.00 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 24.00Judicial Support 9.00 9.00 9.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 10.00Legislative 8.00 8.00 8.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8.00Public Resources 22.50 20.50 20.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 20.50Public Safety 6.50 4.65 4.65 0.00 0.00 0.00 4.65Public Works 15.00 13.00 13.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 13.00Tourism and Business Relations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00General 238.25 225.50 225.50 (1.25) (4.00) 1.60 221.85County Transportation TrustPublic Works 117.00 120.00 120.00 0.00 0.00 3.00 123.00County Transportation Trust 117.00 120.00 120.00 0.00 0.00 3.00 123.00County Library SystemPublic Resources 53.50 52.50 52.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 52.50County Library System 53.50 52.50 52.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 52.50SUBTOTAL - Countywide Funds 408.75 398.00 398.00 (1.25) (4.00) 4.60 397.35MSTU - Stormwater ManagementPublic Works 5.00 6.00 6.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 6.00MSTU - Stormwater Management 5.00 6.00 6.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 6.00MSTU - Parks ServicesPublic Resources 20.00 31.00 31.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 31.00MSTU - Parks Services 20.00 31.00 31.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 31.00Emergency 911Public Safety 3.00 3.00 3.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.00Emergency 911 3.00 3.00 3.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.00Resort/Development TaxCounty Manager 5.00 6.00 6.00 (0.40) 0.00 0.90 6.50Resort/Development Tax 5.00 6.00 6.00 (0.40) 0.00 0.90 6.50Building ServicesGrowth Management 18.00 17.00 17.00 0.00 (2.00) 0.00 15.00Building Services 18.00 17.00 17.00 0.00 (2.00) 0.00 15.00C - 30


Personnel Authorization SummaryLake County Board of County CommissionersFull Time Positions by Fund and DepartmentActual Adopted Estimated Personnel Actions FY 2013 BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 Transfers Deletions Additions FY 2013County Fire RescuePublic Safety 201.50 197.50 197.50 0.00 0.00 6.00 203.50Public Works 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.50County Fire Rescue 202.00 198.00 198.00 0.00 0.00 6.00 204.00SUBTOTAL - Special Revenue Funds 253.00 261.00 261.00 (0.40) (2.00) 6.90 265.50Community Development Block GrantCommunity Services 3.90 5.70 5.70 (1.00) 0.00 0.80 5.50Community Development Block Grant 3.90 5.70 5.70 (1.00) 0.00 0.80 5.50Public TransportationCommunity Services 4.85 4.75 4.75 (0.10) 0.00 0.30 4.95Public Transportation 4.85 4.75 4.75 (0.10) 0.00 0.30 4.95Affordable Housing Assistance TrustCommunity Services 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.70 0.70Economic Dev. and Community Services 0.40 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00Affordable Housing Assistance Trust 0.40 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.70 0.70Section 8Community Services 4.60 4.20 4.20 (0.80) 0.00 0.25 3.65Section 8 4.60 4.20 4.20 (0.80) 0.00 0.25 3.65Federal/State GrantsCommunity Services 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00Public Safety 0.00 1.85 1.85 (1.85) 0.00 1.85 1.85Federal/State Grants 1.00 1.85 1.85 (1.85) 0.00 1.85 1.85Restricted Local ProgramsConservation and Compliance 2.00 2.00 2.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.00Restricted Local Programs 2.00 2.00 2.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.00Energy Efficiency & Cons Block GrantCommunity Services 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 0.00Growth Management 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 0.00Energy Efficiency & Cons Block Grant 2.00 2.00 2.00 0.00 (2.00) 0.00 0.00SUBTOTAL - Grant Funds 18.75 20.50 20.50 (3.75) (2.00) 3.90 18.65Landfill EnterpriseCounty Manager 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 1.00Public Works 42.50 42.50 42.50 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 41.50Landfill Enterprise 42.50 42.50 42.50 0.00 (1.00) 1.00 42.50SUBTOTAL - Enterprise Funds 42.50 42.50 42.50 0.00 (1.00) 1.00 42.50TOTAL - Operating Funds 723.00 722.00 722.00 (5.40) (9.00) 16.40 724.00C - 31


Personnel Authorization SummaryLake County Board of County CommissionersFull Time Positions by Fund and DepartmentActual Adopted Estimated Personnel Actions FY 2013 BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 Transfers Deletions Additions FY 2013Fleet ManagementCounty Manager 14.00 19.00 19.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 19.00Fleet Management 14.00 19.00 19.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 19.00Administrative ServicesCounty Manager 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00Administrative Services 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00TOTAL - Internal Service Funds 15.00 19.00 19.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 19.00TOTAL - All Funds 738.00 741.00 741.00 (5.40) (9.00) 16.40 743.00C - 32


Position Additions and DeletionsFY 2013Fund/Department/DivisionFullTimeDeletePartTimeAdd/DelFullTimeAdds Position Pos # Form 9GeneralCommunity ServicesCommunity Services Admin 0.00 0.00 0.00 Accounting Technician (allocation) 752 13-004fCommunity Services Admin (0.15) 0.00 0.00 Financial Coordinator (allocation) 1022 13-004h(0.15) 0.00 0.00Conservation and ComplianceEnvironmental Program (1.00) 0.00 0.00 Environmental Specialist 699 13-Environmental Program (1.00) 0.00 0.00 Environmental Program Supervisor 702 13-(2.00) 0.00 0.00Information TechnologyInformation Technology Administration (1.00) 0.00 0.00 Technology Asset Specialist 468 13-030(1.00) 0.00 0.00Growth ManagementDevelopment Processing (1.00) 0.00 0.00 Development Processing Manager 428 13-010(1.00) 0.00 0.00County ManagerInformation Outreach (1.00) 0.00 0.00 Public Education Associate 473 13-012Information Outreach (0.10) 0.00 0.00 Webmaster (allocation) 56 13-013Information Outreach 0.00 0.00 0.40 Internet Application Dev (allocation) 94 13-014Information Outreach 0.00 0.00 0.20 Internet Application Dev (allocation) NEW 13-015(1.10) 0.00 0.60Judicial SupportCircuit Judges 0.00 0.00 1.00 Trial Court Law Clerk NEW 13-0160.00 0.00 1.00General (5.25) 0.0 1.60County Transportation TrustPublic WorksRoad Operations 0.00 0.00 1.00 Roads Maintenance Operator NEW 13-003Road Operations 0.00 0.00 1.00 Roads Maintenance Operator NEW 13-003Road Operations 0.00 0.00 1.00 Roads Maintenance Operator NEW 13-003County Transportation Trust 0.00 0.00 3.00County Library SystemPublic ResourcesLibrary Services 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 Library Page 231 13-024Library Services 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 Library Page 233 13-025Library Services 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 Library Page 234 13-026Library Services 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 Library Page 241 13-027Library Services 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 Library Page 536 13-028County Library System 0.00 (5.00) 0.00SUBTOTAL - Countywide Funds (5.25) (5.00) 4.60C - 33


Position Additions and DeletionsFY 2013Fund/Department/DivisionFullTimeDeletePartTimeAdd/DelFullTimeAdds Position Pos # Form 9Resort/Development TaxCounty ManagerInformation Outreach 0.00 0.00 0.10 Webmaster (allocation) 56 13-013Information Outreach (0.40) 0.00 0.00 Internet Application Dev (allocation) 94 13-014Information Outreach 0.00 0.00 0.80 Internet Application Dev (allocation) NEW 13-015Resort/Development Tax (0.40) 0.00 0.90Building ServicesGrowth ManagementBuilding Services (1.00) 0.00 0.00 Senior Building Inspector 778 13-021Building Services (1.00) 0.00 0.00 Senior Building Inspector 760 13-022Building Services (2.00) 0.00 0.00County Fire RescuePublic SafetyFire Rescue 0.00 0.00 1.00 Firefighter EMT NEW 13-005Fire Rescue 0.00 0.00 1.00 Firefighter EMT NEW 13-005Fire Rescue 0.00 0.00 1.00 Firefighter EMT NEW 13-005Fire Rescue 0.00 0.00 1.00 Firefighter EMT NEW 13-005Fire Rescue 0.00 0.00 1.00 Firefighter EMT NEW 13-005Fire Rescue 0.00 0.00 1.00 Firefighter EMT NEW 13-005County Fire Rescue 0.00 0.00 6.00SUBTOTAL - Special Revenue Funds (2.40) 0.00 6.90Community Development Block GrantCommunity ServicesHousing Svcs/CDBG Admin (0.10) 0.00 0.00 Program Supervisor (allocation) 434 13-004aHousing Svcs/CDBG Admin (0.15) 0.00 0.00 Comm. Dev. Specialist (allocation) 40 13-004bHousing Svcs/CDBG Admin 0.00 0.00 0.25 Housing Div. Mgr. (allocation) 19 13-004cHousing Svcs/CDBG Admin 0.00 0.00 0.00 Program Associate (allocation) 1021 13-004eHousing Svcs/CDBG Admin 0.00 0.00 0.15 Program Associate (allocation) 1131 13-004gHousing Svcs/CDBG Admin (0.15) 0.00 0.00 Accounting Tech (allocation) 752 13-004fHousing Svcs/CDBG Admin 0.00 0.00 0.10 Financial Coordinator (allocation) 1022 13-004hHousing Svcs/CDBG Admin 0.00 0.00 0.03 Office Associate III (allocation) 489 13-004iHousing Svcs/CDBG Admin 0.00 0.00 0.10 Program Supervisor (allocation) 143 13-004dHousing Services/NSP (0.10) 0.00 0.00 Program Supervisor (allocation) 434 13-004aHousing Services/NSP (0.05) 0.00 0.00 Comm. Dev. Specialist (allocation) 40 13-004bHousing Services/NSP (0.10) 0.00 0.00 Program Supervisor (allocation) 143 13-004dHousing Services/NSP 0.00 0.00 0.10 Program Associate (allocation) 1021 13-004eHousing Services/NSP (0.15) 0.00 0.00 Program Associate (allocation) 1131 13-004gHousing Services/NSP (0.10) 0.00 0.00 Accounting Tech (allocation) 752 13-004fHousing Services/NSP 0.00 0.00 0.08 Office Associate III (allocation) 489 13-004iHousing Services/NSP (0.10) 0.00 0.00 Housing Div. Mgr. (allocation) 19 13-004cCommunity Dev. Block Grant (1.00) 0.00 0.80C - 34


Position Additions and DeletionsFY 2013Fund/Department/DivisionFullTimeDeletePartTimeAdd/DelFullTimeAdds Position Pos # Form 9Public TransportationCommunity ServicesPublic Transportation Admin 0.00 0.00 0.30 Accounting Tech (allocation) 752 13-004fPublic Transportation Admin (0.10) 0.00 0.00 Financial Coordinator (allocation) 1022 13-004hPublic Transportation (0.10) 0.00 0.30Affordable Housing Assistance TrustCommunity ServicesHousing Svcs/SHIP Admin 0.00 0.00 0.30 Comm. Dev. Specialist (allocation) 40 13-004bHousing Svcs/SHIP Admin 0.00 0.00 0.10 Accounting Tech (allocation) 752 13-004fHousing Svcs/SHIP Admin 0.00 0.00 0.10 Financial Coordinator (allocation) 1022 13-004hHousing Svcs/SHIP Admin 0.00 0.00 0.05 Office Associate III (allocation) 489 13-004iHousing Svcs/SHIP Admin 0.00 0.00 0.15 Housing Div. Mgr. (allocation) 19 13-004cAffordable Housing Assist Trust 0.00 0.00 0.70Section 8Community ServicesHousing Services/Section 8 0.00 0.00 0.20 Program Supervisor (allocation) 434 13-004aHousing Services/Section 8 (0.10) 0.00 0.00 Comm. Dev. Specialist (allocation) 40 13-004bHousing Services/Section 8 (0.15) 0.00 0.00 Accounting Tech (allocation) 752 13-004fHousing Services/Section 8 (0.30) 0.00 0.00 Housing Div. Mgr. (allocation) 19 13-004cHousing Services/Section 8 0.00 0.00 0.05 Financial Coordinator (allocation) 1022 13-004hHousing Services/Section 8 (0.15) 0.00 0.00 Office Associate III (allocation) 489 13-004iHousing Services/Section 8 (0.10) 0.00 0.00 Program Associate (allocation) 1021 13-004eSection 8 (0.80) 0.00 0.25Federal/State GrantsPublic SafetyEmergency Mgmt Trust 11/12 (0.35) 0.00 0.00 Emergency Ops Mgr (allocation) 28 13-017Emergency Mgmt Trust 11/12 (1.00) 0.00 0.00 Disaster Assist Specialist (allocation) 601 13-020Emergency Mgmt Trust 11/12 (0.50) 0.00 0.00 Emergency Mgmt Assoc (allocation) 923 13-019Emergency Mgmt Trust 11/12 0.00 (1.00) 0.00 Office Associate II (allocation) 1049 13-018Emergency Mgmt Trust 12/13 0.00 0.00 0.35 Emergency Ops Mgr (allocation) 28 13-017Emergency Mgmt Trust 12/13 0.00 0.00 1.00 Disaster Assist Specialist (allocation) 601 13-020Emergency Mgmt Trust 12/13 0.00 0.00 0.50 Emergency Mgmt Assoc (allocation) 923 13-019Emergency Mgmt Trust 12/13 0.00 1.00 0.00 Office Associate II (allocation) 1049 13-018Federal/State Grants (1.85) 0.00 1.85Energy Efficiency & Cons Block GrantCommunity ServicesHealth and Human Services (1.00) 0.00 0.00 Program Associate 1122 13-029Growth ManagementDevelopment Processing (1.00) 0.00 0.00 Sustainability Planner 1000 13-008Energy Efficiency & Cons Block Grant (2.00) 0.00 0.00SUBTOTAL - Grant Funds (5.75) 0.00 3.90C - 35


Position Additions and DeletionsFY 2013Fund/Department/DivisionFullTimeDeletePartTimeAdd/DelFullTimeAdds Position Pos # Form 9Landfill EnterpriseCounty ManagerInformation Outreach 0.00 0.00 1.00 Public Education Associate 473 13-012Public WorksRecycling (1.00) 0.00 0.00 Equipment Operator IV 1020 13-023SUBTOTAL - Enterprise Funds (1.00) 0.00 1.00TOTAL - Operating Funds (14.40) (5.00) 16.40TOTAL - All Funds (14.40) (5.00) 16.40C - 36


CapitalOutlay


Summary of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Fund/Department New Replacement TotalGeneral (0010)Facilities Development and Management $ 35,000 $ 67,000 $ 102,000Public Safety 49,500 - 49,500Public Works 8,300 - 8,300Judicial Support 9,000 55,050 64,050Total General Fund $ 101,800 $ 122,050 $ 223,850County Transportation Trust (1120)Public Works $ - $ 34,095 $ 34,095Total County Transportation Trust $ - $ 34,095 $ 34,095Public Transportation (1210)Community Services $ 539,722 $ 511,000 $ 1,050,722Total Public Transportation $ 539,722 $ 511,000 $ 1,050,722MSTU - Stormwater Management (1230)Public Works $ - $ 47,000 $ 47,000Total MSTU - Stormwater Management $ - $ 47,000 $ 47,000Emergency 911 (1240)Public Safety $ - $ 2,000 $ 2,000Total Emergency 911 $ - $ 2,000 $ 2,000Federal/State Grants (1300)Public Safety $ 1,017,127 $ - $ 1,017,127Total Federal/State Grants $ 1,017,127 $ - $ 1,017,127County Fire Rescue (1680)Public Safety $ 60,000 $ 1,032,500 $ 1,092,500Total County Fire Rescue $ 60,000 $ 1,032,500 $ 1,092,500C - 37


Summary of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Fund/Department New Replacement TotalFire Services Impact Fee Trust (1690)Public Safety $ 310,000 $ - $ 310,000Total Fire Services Impact Fee Trust $ 310,000 $ - $ 310,000County Library System (1900)Public Resources $ 43,663 $ - $ 43,663Total County Library System $ 43,663 $ - $ 43,663Landfill Enterprise (4200)Public Works $ 173,000 $ - $ 173,000Total Landfill Enterprise $ 173,000 $ - $ 173,000Total Operating Budget $ 2,245,312 $ 1,748,645 $ 3,993,957Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects (3030)Non-Departmental $ - $ 292,500 $ 292,500Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW $ - $ 292,500 $ 292,500Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW (3040)Public Works $ 25,900 $ 697,189 $ 723,089Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW $ 25,900 $ 697,189 $ 723,089Total All Funds $ 2,271,212 $ 2,738,334 $ 5,009,546C - 38


Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalGENERAL (0010)Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Facilities Development and ManagementJail and Sheriff Maintenance(2) Mower, 60" 0851120 $ - $ 17,000 $ 17,000Facilities MaintenanceMaintenance Work order Software 0851110 - 50,000 50,000Board Chambers Audio/Visual System upgrades 0851110 35,000 - 35,000Public SafetyCountywide Radio ProgramBroadband Microwave Radio Backhaul Equipment 2145220 49,500 - 49,500Public WorksLaboratory and HydrogeologyBlock Digestor for TKN/TP Samples (LCWA) 4541325 7,300 - 7,300Turbidimeter for Surface Water Samples (LCWA) 4541325 1,000 - 1,000Judicial SupportPublic Defender - TechnologyFile server replacement 6062200 - 2,050 2,050(2) Emergency Laptop 6062200 - 2,500 2,500Court Admin - TechnologyAudio Mixers for Court Sound System 6062300 - 25,000 25,000Layer 2 Switch POE 6062300 - 2,500 2,500Polycom Video Conference 6062300 - 4,500 4,500Technology Wiring 6062300 - 5,000 5,000(3) MFP Devices for shared Courtroom 6062300 9,000 13,500 22,500Total General Fund $ 101,800 $ 122,050 $ 223,850COUNTY TRANSPORTATION TRUST (1120)Public WorksEngineering Operations(3) Engineer Workstations 5055100 $ - $ 9,000 $ 9,000Advanced Laptop - 1,300 1,300GPS Survey Base Station with Rover - 23,795 23,795Total County Transportation Trust $ - $ 34,095 $ 34,095C - 39


Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalPUBLIC TRANSPORTATION (1210)Community ServicesTransportation Disadvantaged CapitalLift - FTA 2009 Allocation 2027220 $ 40,000 $ - $ 40,000Security Cameras FTA 5307 - Rebudget 2009 funds 2027220 78,345 - 78,345(6) Para transit Vehicles FDOT 5310 Grant funded 2027220 - 438,000 438,000(1) Para transit Vehicle - Shirley Conroy Capital Grant 2027220 - 73,000 73,000Vehicle Locator System - FTA 5307 Grant funded 2027220 168,990 - 168,990Vehicle Locator System FTA 5307 - 2011 Rebudget 2027220 164,256 - 164,256Vehicle Locator System ARRA Grant - 2010 Rebudget 2027220 53,131 - 53,131Bus Wash - FTA 5307 Grant funded 2027220 35,000 - 35,000Total Public Transportation $ 539,722 $ 511,000 $ 1,050,722MSTU - STORMWATER MANAGEMENT (1230)Public WorksStormwater ManagementPickup, extended cab 5055600 $ - $ 20,000 $ 20,000Pickup, extended cab 5055600 - 27,000 27,000Total MSTU - Stormwater Management $ - $ 47,000 $ 47,000EMERGENCY 911 (1240)Public SafetyE911Emergency Equipment - as needed 2145310 $ - $ 2,000 $ 2,000Total Emergency 911 $ - $ 2,000 $ 2,000FEDERAL/STATE GRANTS (1300)Public SafetyPublic Safety Grants - Amb/RescueEquipment - as needed - Grant funded 2134200 $ 25,000 $ - $ 25,000Communications TechnologiesUrban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) Grant project 2145350 867,127 - 867,127FY 2010 State Homeland Security Grant (SHSGP) 2145350 125,000 - 125,000Total Federal/State Grants $ 1,017,127 $ - $ 1,017,127C - 40


Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalCOUNTY FIRE RESCUE (1680)Public Safety(2) Monitor/Defibrillator Devices 2136300 $ 60,000 $ - $ 60,000(2) Extrication Tools 2136300 - 40,000 40,000(3) Pumpers 2136300 - 840,000 840,000(1) Broadband Microwave Radio Backhaul equipment 2136300 - 49,500 49,500(2) Battalion Vehicles 2136300 - 100,000 100,000(1) Large Capacity Printer 2136300 - 3,000 3,000Total County Fire Rescue $ 60,000 $ 1,032,500 $ 1,092,500FIRE SERVICES IMPACT FEE TRUST (1690)Public SafetyFire Impact FeePumper 2136280 $ 280,000 $ - $ 280,000Monitor/Defibrillator 2136280 30,000 - 30,000Total Fire Services Impact Fee Trust $ 310,000 $ - $ 310,000COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM (1900)Public ResourcesLibrary ServicesCourier Van, extended length 3038300 $ 23,663 $ - $ 23,663State Aid to Libraries FY 2013Automation System Equipment, Upgrades, and NetworkEnhancements 3038630 20,000 - 20,000Total County Library System $ 43,663 $ - $ 43,663LANDFILL ENTERPRISE (4200)Public WorksHazardous WastePrefabricated Storage Building 4568600 $ 50,000 $ - $ 50,000Landfill Operations255 KW Diesel Generator 4569100 13,000 - 13,000(2) 40 cu yd Rolloff Containers 4569100 10,000 - 10,000Tire Cutter 4569100 50,000 - 50,000Scales Software 4569100 50,000 - 50,000Total Landfill Enterprise $ 173,000 $ - $ 173,000C - 41


Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalRENEWAL SALES TAX CAPITAL PROJECTS (3030)Non-DepartmentalNon-Departmental - OtherSheriff's Vehicles 9092303 $ - $ 292,500 $ 292,500Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects $ - $ 292,500 $ 292,500RENEWAL SALES TAX CAPITAL PROJECTS - PW (3040)Public WorksCapital Projects(4) 5.5 HP Hand Held Compactors 5056350 $ 9,200 $ - $ 9,200(4) Hand Held Concrete/Asphalt Saws 5056350 4,200 - 4,200(3) Walk behind Saws 5056350 9,000 - 9,000(1) Trailer Mounted Welder 5056350 3,500 - 3,500Pickup, extended cab 5056350 - 23,000 23,000Drop Neck Lowboy Trailer 5056350 - 38,000 38,000Dozer 5056350 - 105,000 105,000Bobcat 5056350 - 47,000 47,000Pickup, extended cab 5056350 - 19,000 19,000(3) 14 cu yd Dump Trucks 5056350 - 345,000 345,000(3) 10' Flex Wing Mowers 5056350 - 48,000 48,000(2) Pickup Trucks, 4 door 5056350 - 46,000 46,000Pickup, 1/2 Ton Full Size, extended cab 5056350 - 24,789 24,789Fiberglass Truck Bed Cover 5056350 - 1,400 1,400Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW $ 25,900 $ 697,189 $ 723,089TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 2,271,212 $ 2,445,834 $ 5,009,546C - 42


TABLE OF CONTENTSFinancial PoliciesTable of Contents .................................................................................................... D - 1Financial Structure .................................................................................................. D - 3Budget Policies ....................................................................................................... D - 5Debt Management Policies ..................................................................................... D - 6Grant Policy……………………………………………………………………… D - 7Purchasing Policy…………………………………………………….................... D - 8Budget Calendar...................................................................................................... D - 9Budget Process…………………………………………………………………… D - 10D - 1


Financial StructureCounty’s Organizational UnitsThe County’s organizational units follow the FloridaState Chart of Accounts, and are organized on the basisof funds. The County prepares a budget for 56 separatefunds. The operations of each fund are accounted for witha separate set of self-balancing accounts that comprise itsrevenues and expenditures, or expenses, as appropriate.Government resources are allocated to and accounted forin these funds based upon the purposes for which they areto be spent and the means by which spending activitiesare controlled.Departments are responsible for carrying out a majorgovernmental activity, such as public safety or growthmanagement services.A department is comprised of one or more uniquedivisions to further define a service delivery, such as theMaintenance Division of the Facilities Development andManagement Department.A section or program divides specific responsibilitieswithin a division, for example, Energy Managementwithin the Maintenance Division.Budgeting by FunctionPresentation of the operating budget is alsostructured by Functions which delineate budgetexpenditures in terms of broad goals and objectives.Major functions include: 1) General Government, 2)Public Safety, 3) Physical Environment, 4)Transportation, 5) Economic Environment, 6)Human Services, 7) Culture and Recreation, and 8)Court-Related Expenditures.The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report(CAFR) depicts the operating budget by function.Functions may transcend specific fund ordepartmental boundaries in that a functionencompasses all associated activities, regardless offund or department, directed toward the attainmentof a general goal or objective.Financial StructureGovernmental Fund TypesGeneral Fund - The General Fund is the generaloperating fund of the County. All general taxrevenues and other receipts that are not requiredeither legally or by Generally Accepted AccountingPrinciples (GAAP) to be accounted for in otherfunds are accounted for in the General Fund.General operating funds of the Clerk of Courts, PropertyAppraiser, Sheriff and Tax Collector are held andaccounted for by each respective Constitutional Office.Funds transferred to these offices from the Board’sGeneral Fund are reported in the Constitutional Officessection of this document.Special Revenue Funds - Special Revenue Funds areused to account for the proceeds of specific revenuesources (other than major capital projects) that are legallyrestricted to expenditures for specified purposes. LakeCounty maintains 37 Special Revenue funds.Debt Service Funds - Debt Service Funds are used toaccount for the accumulation of resources for, and thepayment of general long-term debt principal, interest, andrelated costs. The County’s budget includes four DebtService funds.Capital Projects Funds - Capital Projects Funds areused to account for financial resources to be used for theacquisition or construction of major capital facilities.There are five Capital Projects funds in the total budget.Proprietary Fund TypesEnterprise Funds - Enterprise Funds are used to accountfor operations that are financed and operated in a mannersimilar to private business enterprises. The intent of thegoverning body is that the costs (expenses, includingdepreciation) of providing goods or services to thegeneral public on a continuing basis be financed orrecovered primarily through user charges. Lake County’stwo Enterprise funds are associated with solid wastemanagement.Internal Service Funds - Internal Service Funds are forthe financing of goods or services provided by onedepartment or agency to other departments or agencies ofthe governmental unit, or to other governmental units, ona cost reimbursement basis. There are three InternalService funds.D - 3


Financial StructureBasis of Budgeting – Refers to the conventions forrecognition of costs and revenues in budget developmentand in establishing and reporting appropriations, whichare the legal authority to spend or to collect revenues. AllGovernmental Funds are accounted for using themodified accrual basis and all Proprietary Funds areaccounted for by using the accrual basis of accounting.Measurement FocusGovernmental Fund Types are accounted for using thecurrent financial resources measurement focus and themodified accrual basis of accounting. This means thatonly current assets and current liabilities are generallyincluded on the balance sheets. Accordingly, the reportedunreserved fund balances (net current assets) areconsidered a measure of available, spendable, orappropriable resources. Governmental Fund Typeoperating statements present increases (revenues andother financing sources) and decreases (expenditures andother financing uses) in net current assets.Proprietary Fund Types are accounted for on an“income determination” measurement focus.Accordingly, all assets and liabilities are included ontheir balance sheets, and the reported fund equity (totalreported assets less total reported liabilities) provides anindication of the economic net worth of the fund.Operating statements for Proprietary Fund types (on anincome determination measurement focus) reportincreases (revenues) and decreases (expenses) in totaleconomic net worth.Basis of Accounting and Measurement FocusExcept for the Enterprise Fund, Lake County developsthe revenue and expenditure/expense estimates containedin the annual budget in accordance with GAAP. Thebudget for the Enterprise Fund is prepared on an annualbasis and is in conformance with GAAP, except thatcapital outlay expenses are budgeted for managementpurposes and subsequently recorded as fixed assets atyear end. In addition, depreciation expense is notbudgeted.Because the revenue and expenditure/expense estimatesare based on Generally Accepted Accounting Principles(GAAP), it is important for the reader to have anunderstanding of accounting principles as they relate tothese estimates. The following is a brief overview of themeasurement focus and basis of accounting.All Governmental Fund Types are accounted for usingthe modified accrual basis of accounting. Under themodified accrual basis, revenues are recognized whenthey become measurable and available.Primary revenues, including property taxes, specialassessments, intergovernmental revenues, charges forservices and interest are treated as susceptible to accrualunder the modified accrual basis. Other revenue sourcesare considered measurable and available only when cashis received by the County. Expenditures are generallyrecognized under the modified accrual basis of accountingwhen the related fund liability is incurred. Exceptions tothis general rule include: 1) principal and interest ongeneral long-term debt which is recognized when due; 2)accumulated sick pay and accumulated vacation pay,which are not recorded as expenditures until paid; and 3)certain inventories of supplies which are consideredexpenditures when purchased.All Proprietary Funds are accounted for using theaccrual basis of accounting. Their revenues arerecognized when they are earned and their expenses arerecognized when they are incurred.Relationship between Budget and AccountingDuring the year, the accounting system is maintained onthe same basis as the adopted budget. This enablesdepartmental budgets to be easily monitored, monthly,via accounting system reports. Accounting adjustmentsare made at fiscal year end to conform to GAAP.The major differences between this adopted budget andGAAP for Governmental Fund Types are:a) encumbrances are recorded as the equivalent ofexpenditures (budget) as opposed to a reservation of netassets (GAAP); b) certain revenues and expenditures notrecognized for budgetary purposes are accrued (GAAP).Enterprise Fund differences include:a) encumbrances are recorded as the equivalent ofexpenditures (budget) as opposed to a reservation of netassets (GAAP); b) certain items, e.g., principal expenseand capital outlay are recorded as expenditures forbudgetary purposes as opposed to adjustments of theappropriate balance sheet accounts (GAAP); c)depreciation is recorded as an expense (GAAP) and notrecognized for budgetary purposes.D - 4


Budget PoliciesStatutory Requirements of a Balanced BudgetChapters 129 and 200, Florida Statutes, govern theCounty’s annual budgetary process. These Statutesrequire that the County prepare, approve, adopt andexecute an annual budget for such funds as may berequired by law or by sound financial practices andgenerally accepted accounting principles. The budgetshall control the levy of taxes and the expenditure ofmoney for all County purposes during the ensuing fiscalyear. Other provisions include:• A budget shall be balanced, and adopted by theBoard of County Commissioners.• The revenues of the budget shall include 95percent of all receipts reasonably to beanticipated from all sources, including taxes tobe levied.• The appropriations of the budget shall includeitemized appropriations for all expendituresauthorized by law, contemplated to be made, orincurred for the benefit to the County during theyear and the provision for the reserves asfollows:Budget Amendment PolicyChapter 129, Florida Statutes, governs amendments to theadopted budget. This Chapter states that the Board at anytime within a fiscal year may amend a budget for that yearas follows:1. Appropriations for expenditures in any fund maybe decreased and other appropriations in thesame fund correspondingly increased by motionrecorded in the Minutes, provided that the totalof the appropriations of the fund may not bechanged.2. Appropriations from the reserve forcontingencies may be made to increase theappropriation for any particular expense in thesame fund or to create an appropriation in thefund for any lawful purpose.3. A receipt of a nature from a source notanticipated in the budget and received for aparticular purpose, including but not limited togrants, donations, gifts or reimbursement fordamages, may, by resolution of the Boardspread on its Minutes, be appropriated andexpended for that purpose.4. Any changes not included above may be madeby resolution or ordinance adopted after apublic hearing.5. Only the following transfers may be madebetween funds:• Transfers to correct errors in handlingreceipts and disbursements.• Budgeted transfers.• Transfers to properly account forunanticipated revenue or increasedreceipts.Funds Checking PolicyThis policy allows the overexpenditure of individualline items within a major object in any organizationalcode (org code). Major object codes are personalservices, operating expenses, capital outlay, debtservice and grants and aids. Budget transfers under$25,000 between the various major object codes withina fund by department may be approved by the CountyManager or his/her designee. All other transfers, aswell as transfers from reserve accounts, must beapproved by the Board.Reserve for Outstanding Purchase Orders PolicyThis policy establishes outstanding purchase orderreserves by fund to be included in the subsequentyear’s budget and provides for the administrativeadjustment of department and division budgets inamounts not to exceed the purchase order reserve byfund. At the end of a fiscal year, some purchase orderswill remain open because the goods or services havenot been received. These purchase orders are “rolledover” to the new fiscal year. The purchase orderrollover is an automatic process in the County’sfinancial system. Any excess purchase order reservesthat remain after the rollover process is completedwould be de-appropriated as part of the mid-yearbudget amendment.D - 5


Debt Management PoliciesThe objective of Lake County’s Debt Management Policy (LCC-57) and Chapter 130 of the Florida Statues is to establishguidelines and requirements for the development of a debt management system. The policy includes the following directives:When the County finances projects through the issuance of bonds, it will pay back the bonds within a period not toexceed 90% of the useful life of the project.Where possible, the County will use self-supporting revenue, special assessment, or other self-supporting bonds,instead of general obligation bonds to fund capital projects.The County will not use long-term debt to finance current operations.The County will seek to maintain and, if applicable, improve its current bond rating.The County will maintain good communications with bond rating agencies to inform them about the County’sfinancial conditions. The County will follow a policy of full disclosure, including adherence to Rule 15c2-12 underthe Securities Exchange Act of 1934. In compliance with this rule, the County’s Comprehensive Annual FinancialReport will be forwarded by April 30 to all nationally recognized Municipal Securities Information Repositoriesapproved by the Securities and Exchange Commission.Lake County has not adopted legal debt limits within its financial policies. However, debt ratios such as direct and over alldebt per capita and debt per taxable property value are tracked and compared with those recommended by Moody’sInvestors.Lake County’s bond issues and notes payable are separated into three categories:General Obligation Debt – Bonds secured by the ad valorem taxing power of the County. Bonds may be limited asdetailed in the voter referendum required prior to issuance of all general obligation bonds.Special Obligation Debt – Debt secured by a pledge of special revenue such as Sales Tax or Local Option Gas Taxthat is not backed by the ad valorem taxing power of the County.Enterprise Fund Debt – Debt secured by a pledge of revenue in the Landfill Enterprise Fund.D - 6


Grant PolicyThe objective of the Grant Policy (LCC-59) is to provide guidelines in applying to fund services or programs with state andfederal funds. The policy includes the following directives:A. Grant applications to fund services or programs with state or federal funds should be reviewed by County staffand the Board of County Commissioners with significant consideration given to:• The cost of administering the grant relative to the size of the grant;• The availability of matching funds if required;• The extent to which locally generated funds will be required to support those programs when the originalfunding is no longer available; and• The desirability of the program, i.e., whether or not the County would be funding the program were it notfor the grant.B. All grant applications must be approved by the Board of County Commissioners prior to submission. The Boardmust also approve the acceptance of all grants.D - 7


Purchasing PolicyThe objective of the Purchasing Policy (LCC-18) is to provide guidelines for purchasing of all goods and services made by oron behalf of Lake County. Purchases shall be completed in a manner and method that provides for the most proficient andeffective expenditures of County funds and the maximum protection of the County taxpayer by ensuring the prevention ofwaste and conflict of interest within the procurement function. The policy includes the following directives:• All purchasing actions are to be conducted on the basis of full and open competition to the greatest degree possible.• All specifications or statements of work included in County procurement actions shall accurately describe theessential needs of the County, and contain no artificial, arbitrary, or unnecessary requirements that limit competitionor increase cost.• Each procurement action is to be completed in accordance with the best interests of the County, and with the highestlevel of integrity and fairness to all involved parties throughout the acquisition cycle.• All County procurement operations are to be conducted in full compliance with all established state and localstatutes and regulations with particular regard to ethical standards to be maintained within the purchasing function.D - 8


January 20, 2012 Department Financial Coordinators Fiscal Roundtable with Department Financial CoordinatorsFebruary 6, 2012County Manager, Department Budget KickoffDirectors, All Fiscal ContactsMarch 12, 2012 Departments Personnel change requests are due in Employee Services. All requestsmust be entered on a Form 9 and submitted with attachments asappropriate.March 22, 2012 Budget Advertise Public Hearing for Mid-Year Budget Amendment(if hearing is held on March 27th) (F.S. 129.06)March 23, 2012 Departments Deadline for departmental budget requests into MUNIS, revenues andexpenditures - Fixed Asset Request Forms.March 26 - April 27, 2012 Budget Analyze departmental requests and prepare recommendationsMarch 27, 2012 Board of County Commissioners Public Hearing for Mid-Year Budget Amendment to reflectFY 2011 audited fund balances and other adjustmentsMarch 30, 2012 Employee Services Salary and Benefits projections completed and loaded into MUNIS atbudget level 2April 6, 2012 Departments CIP requests, Department Descriptions, Performance Measures are due inBudgetApril 30 - May 4, 2012 Departments Budget Meetings with County ManagerMay 15, 2012 Board of County Commissioners Budget WorkshopMay 21 – May 25, 2012 County Manager, DepartmentDirectors, Budget, Employee ServicesDepartment Directors meet with County Manager, Budget and EmployeeServices to finalize departmental budget recommendations, if necessaryJune 1, 2012 Constitutional Offices Budgets due from Constitutional Offices (excluding Tax Collector);Preliminary estimate of property tax value due from Property Appraiser(F.S. 129.03)June 8, 2012 Departments Project re-budget requests due in BudgetJune 8 – July 3, 2012 Budget Develop FY 2013 Recommended BudgetJune 29, 2012 Property Appraiser Certification of Taxable Value by Property Appraiser (F.S. 193.023)July 10, 2012 Board of County Commissioners Budget WorkshopJuly 24, 2012 Board of County Commissioners Adoption of TRIM Rates and Budget Workshop if neededAugust 1, 2012 Tax Collector Budget due from Tax CollectorAugust 4, 2012 Budget Statutory deadline to notify Property Appraiser of proposed TRIM ratesand the date, time and place of the first public hearing to adopt the budget(F.S. 200.065)August 24, 2012 Property Appraiser Last day to mail TRIM noticesSeptember 11, 2012(Cannot conflict with SchoolBoard date)Lake CountyFiscal Year 2013 Budget CalendarBoard of County CommissionersStatutory Public Hearing - adopt tentative budget and millage rates, setfinal public hearing date, time and place. TRIM provides the public hearingadvertisement requirement. (F.S. 200.065) Board Chambers, 5:05 p.m.September 21, 2012 Budget Advertise final budget and millage hearingSeptember 25, 2012(Cannot conflict with SchoolBoard of County Commissioners Final Public Hearing to adopt the FY 2012 millage rates and budget (F.S.200.065) Board Chambers, 5:05 p.m.Board date)September 28, 2012 Budget Deadline to send copy of adopted Millage Resolution to PropertyAppraiser, Tax Collector and Florida Department of RevenueOctober 1, 2012FY 2013 Adopted Budget goes into effectTypically after Value Property AppraiserIssue Certification of Final Taxable Value (DR 422's)Adjustment BoardWithin 3 days receipt of Final BudgetComplete Certification of Final Taxable Value and return to PropertyTaxable ValueAppraiserOctober 25, 2012 Budget Within 30 Days of adopting final budget certify to the Department ofRevenue compliance with TRIM (F.S Chapter 200.068)October 25, 2012 Budget FY 2013 Adopted Budget Book completed and published on the CountyWebsiteReconciliation of Cash Brought Forward: Cash Brought Forward is budgeted as an estimate, and reconciled after the start of the fiscal year.D - 9


Budget ProcessPolicy/StrategyThis annual budget process for Lake County covers the period from October 1, 2012 to September 30, 2013.In December, the Office of Budget projected revenues and expenditures for the next fiscal year using a five-year financialprojection model. Meetings were held with the County Manager and Board of County Commissioners to examine variousbudget scenarios for the upcoming budgets.DevelopmentIn January and February, a fiscal roundtable and the budget kickoff were held with the department directors and departmentfinancial coordinators to communicate the County’s budget guidelines for fiscal year 2013.In March, the departments submitted their proposed budgets to the Office of Budget for review. To balance the budget,departments were asked to prepare five percent across-the-board budget reductions for County departments for fiscal year2013.ReviewIn April and May, meetings were held with departments to discuss their operating budgets and budget impact statements. Abudget workshop was held in early May and a second workshop in June to present the proposed budget, together with variousbudget scenarios, to the Board of County Commissioners. Finally, a budget workshop was held in July for adoption of themillage rates.AdoptionCopies of the Recommended Budget were distributed to the Board of County Commissioners, County Administration,Constitutional Officers, and made available online to the general public for their inspection prior to the public hearings inSeptember. Following Board approval, the Office of Budget prepared the adopted budget for distribution and posted it onlinefor the general public. The budget for this year became effective October 1, 2012.D - 10


TABLE OF CONTENTSBudget by FundTable of Contents .................................................................................................... E - 1Countywide FundsGeneral .................................................................................................................... E - 3County Transportation Trust .................................................................................. E - 8Lake County Ambulance ........................................................................................ E - 10County Library System ........................................................................................... E - 11Special Revenue FundsLibrary Impact Fee Trust ........................................................................................ E - 12Parks Impact Fee Trust – Central District .............................................................. E - 13Parks Impact Fee Trust – North District ................................................................. E - 14Parks Impact Fee Trust – South District ................................................................. E - 15Road Impact Fees – District 1 ................................................................................ E - 16Road Impact Fees – District 2 ................................................................................ E - 17Road Impact Fees – District 3 ................................................................................ E - 18Road Impact Fees – District 4 ................................................................................ E - 19Road Impact Fees – District 5 ................................................................................ E - 20Road Impact Fees – District 6 ................................................................................ E - 21Fish Conservation ................................................................................................... E - 22MSTU – Stormwater Management ......................................................................... E - 23MSTU – Parks Services .......................................................................................... E - 24MSTU – Roads Services ......................................................................................... E - 25Emergency 911 ....................................................................................................... E - 26Resort/Development Tax ........................................................................................ E - 27Greater Hills MSBU ............................................................................................... E - 28Law Enforcement Trust .......................................................................................... E - 29Greater Groves MSBU ........................................................................................... E - 30Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue ........................................................................... E - 31Village Green Street Lighting ................................................................................. E - 32Greater Pines Municipal Services ........................................................................... E - 33Picciola Island Street Lighting................................................................................ E - 34Valencia Terrace Street Lighting ............................................................................ E - 35Lake County Environmental Recovery .................................................................. E - 36Building Services .................................................................................................... E - 37County Fire Rescue ................................................................................................. E - 38Fire Services Impact Fee Trust ............................................................................... E - 40Employees Benefit .................................................................................................. E - 41Animal Shelter Sterilization Trust .......................................................................... E - 42E - 1


TABLE OF CONTENTSE. Budget by Fund (continued)Grant FundsCommunity Development Block Grant ................................................................. E - 43Public Transportation ............................................................................................. E - 44Affordable Housing Assistance Trust .................................................................... E - 45Section 8 ................................................................................................................. E - 46Federal/State Grants ............................................................................................... E - 47Restricted Local Programs ..................................................................................... E - 48Energy Efficiency and Cons Block Grant .............................................................. E - 49Debt Service FundsPari-Mutuel Revenue Replacement Bonds ............................................................ E - 50Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service ........................................................................... E - 51Public Lands Program ............................................................................................ E - 52Expansion Projects Debt Service ........................................................................... E - 53Enterprise FundsLandfill Enterprise ................................................................................................. E - 54Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care........................................................... E - 55Capital Projects FundsParks Capital Projects ............................................................................................ E - 56Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects ....................................................................... E - 57Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects – PW ............................................................. E - 58Emerg Comm Ops Center………………………………………………………... E - 59Public Lands Capital Program ............................................................................... E - 60Facilities Expansion Capital ................................................................................... E - 61Internal Service FundsProperty and Casualty ............................................................................................ E - 62Employee Group Benefits ...................................................................................... E - 63Fleet Management .................................................................................................. E - 64Administrative Services ......................................................................................... E - 65Totals for All Funds ............................................................................................... E - 65E - 2


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013General (0010)RevenuesTaxesAd Valorem Taxes - Current $ 74,009,232 $ 73,743,294 $ 73,743,294 $ 74,523,587Ad Valorem Taxes - Delinquent 4,249,254 1,500,000 1,500,000 1,500,000Communications Services Tax 2,057,262 2,052,474 2,052,474 2,000,000Total Taxes $ 80,315,748 $ 77,295,768 $ 77,295,768 $ 78,023,587Permits and FeesOccupational Licenses $ 385,491 $ 375,000 $ 375,000 $ 375,000Principal - Special Assessment 177 - - -Interest - Special Assessment 173 - - -Permits and Fees $ 385,841 $ 375,000 $ 375,000 $ 375,000Intergovernmental RevenuesHelp America Vote CFDA $ 43,470 $ 34,772 $ 34,772-State Alien Assistance 82,739 150,000 150,000 150,000State Domestic Preparedness 12,676 10,500 9,035 -Urban Areas Security - - - -Hazard Mitigation Grant 7,613 - 23,500 -Byrne J A G CFDA 16.738 151,066 134,933 134,933 163,112State and Local Assistance 50,606 - - -Cops Grant 16.710 - - - -Federal Disaster Relief 298 - - -Coop Endangered Species - - 116,900 102,320Partners Fish and Wildlife - - 17,630 -FED Pymts/Lieu Tax-Gen 83,747 35,000 35,000 35,000Hazardous Materials Co 9,702 10,581 9,847 9,847Emergency Management T 71,999 - - -Aquatic Weed Control 114,208 135,000 135,000 135,000State Disaster Relief - - - -Mosquito Control - Sta 39,000 18,396 18,396 18,396State Rev Sharing Proc 4,861,059 4,798,877 4,798,877 4,800,000Insurance Agents Count 55,759 59,000 59,000 57,000Mobile Home Licenses 180,610 200,000 200,000 200,000Alcoholic Beverage License 92,854 80,000 80,000 80,000State Sales Tax 11,207,516 11,576,717 11,576,717 7,300,000Motor fuel Tax Rebate 55,365 55,000 55,000 55,000Contributions from Other Agencies 68,736 146,149 1,153,802 105,206Contributions from Other Government Agencies - - 46,838 60,054Contrubutions from Hospital Districts 109,525 - 476,108 -Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 17,298,549 $ 17,444,925 $ 19,131,355 $ 13,270,935Charges for ServicesDev - Regional Imp Fee (Dri) $ - $ 2,000 $ 2,000 $ 2,000$2 Court Tech Service 397,483 405,000 405,000 400,000Reprographic Services - 326,300 326,300 326,300Charges - Outside Sources - 5,691 5,691 5,691Other Charges for Services 612,407 640,000 640,000 525,000Sheriffs Fees 288,512 300,000 300,000 300,000Other Gen government Charges/Fees 3,742 10,700 10,700 6,700County Technology Fee 4,337 24,000 174,000 -Lot Line Adjustment 5,800 5,000 5,000 9,000Concurrency Fees 5,155 4,200 4,200 2,200E - 3


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013CUP Inspections $ 169,950 $ 12,000 $ 12,000 $ 26,500Construction Review 250 4,000 4,000 6,000Master Park Plans - 1,200 1,200 1,000Zoning Fees 11,178 12,200 12,200 15,000Zoning Permits 107,375 200,000 200,000 130,000Zoning Conformance Letter 2,600 4,000 4,000 4,000Variances 4,770 7,500 7,500 10,000Subdivision Applications 3,601 5,500 5,500 5,500Site Plan Review and Amendments 30,151 35,000 35,000 35,000PUD Preliminary 2,400 2,000 2,000 2,000Concurrency Test - - - -Lot of Record 5,000 6,000 6,000 6,000Vested Rights Determination - 12,500 12,500 (15,000)Lot Splits 7,960 6,600 6,600 12,000DRS Presubmittals 6,205 8,000 8,000 6,000Mobile Home bond - 1,000 1,000 1,000Developers Agreements - 500 500 500Wetlands Uplands Critical Habitat 1,800 7,000 7,000 5,000Mining Plans 125 2,000 2,000 4,000Tree Removal/Site Plan 1,400 5,000 5,000 5,000LUPA's 750 4,000 4,000 4,000Tree Removal Permit Review 1,510 2,800 2,800 2,800Conditional Use Permit 8,048 15,500 15,500 27,000Sale of Maps and Publications 146 500 500 500Tax Exempt Sale of Maps and Publications 6 500 500 100Administrative CUP's 2,877 - - 900Police Services 79,309 81,133 81,133 81,133Police Services - Minneola 1,300,000 1,000,000 1,115,000 1,115,000School Resource Office 863,615 863,615 863,615 863,615Dispatch Services - 407,053 407,053 407,053Room/Board for Prisoners 55,936 50,000 50,000 50,000Emergency Service Fee 2,644 1,000 1,000 1,000Co Wide Communnications - - - 237,778Average Setbacks 1,727 2,000 2,000 2,600Mine Order Inspection 17,500 15,000 15,000 10,000Environmental Review Fees 75 - - -Water Resource Laboratory Fees 88,083 105,000 121,995 91,497Miscellaneous Physical Environment 19,875 17,000 17,000 200Conservation Resource Mgmt Fee 108,748 120,000 120,000 120,000Business Incubator Pro - - 7,200 -Animal Shelter - Penalty 21,733 25,000 25,000 25,000Animal Shelter - Board 12,015 16,000 16,000 16,000Animal Shelter - Rabies Vaccine 13,380 15,000 15,000 15,000Animal Shelter - Vet Transp 682 500 500 500Animal Shelter - Dog Tags 65,841 42,000 42,000 45,000Animal Shelter - Neutering 28,440 40,000 40,000 40,000Animal Shelter - Disposals 3,060 2,000 2,000 3,000Fairgrounds 18,505 25,750 25,750 33,300Fairgrounds - Tax Exempt 9,818 2,700 2,700 2,700Fairgrounds Farmers Market 156,541 175,357 175,357 176,300Court Innovations/Local Ordinance 61,217 60,000 60,000 61,000Legal Aid 61,217 60,000 60,000 61,000Law Library 61,217 60,000 60,000 61,000E - 4


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Juvenile Alt. Programs $ 61,217 $ 60,000 $ 60,000 $ 61,000Court Facilities ($15) 1,106,164 950,000 950,000 1,000,000Domestic Violence Charges - FS 9 27,846 25,000 25,000 30,000Animal Control Charges - FS 828 13,350 16,000 16,000 16,000Storage Tank Charges 145,067 155,828 112,784 -Impact Fee Services 18,121 20,000 20,000 20,000MPO Admin Fees 32,606 15,000 15,000 15,000Total Charges For Services $ 6,141,084 $ 6,506,127 $ 6,752,278 $ 6,533,367Fines and ForfeitsCourt Fines $ - $ - $ - $-DUI - B.A.L. Test Reve 320 - - -Law Enforcement Automation - - - -Communications FD-FS 3 313,815 300,000 300,000 300,000Zoning Violation Fines 4,135 5,000 5,000 6,000Handicap Parking Violations 250 250 250 150Other Parking Violations 170 100 100 100Animal Control Violations 1,000 - - -Unclaimed Moneys FS 11 34,432 3,000 3,000 3,000Total Fines and Forfeits $ 354,122 $ 308,350 $ 308,350 $ 309,250Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 473,259 $ 500,000 $ 500,000 $ 500,000Interest - Tax Collector 3,181 6,000 6,000 3,000Concession and Rents - - - 1,003Rents & Leases 15,871 18,721 18,721 64,346Rents & Leases- Non Taxable 500 240 240 420Surplus Furn/Fix/Equipment 10,415 12,000 12,000 4,000Ins Proc/Loss Furn/Fix 637 - - -Medicaid Benefit Outreach 2,250 - - -Donations 2,500 - - -Other Contributions/Donations 50,498 58,845 58,845 53,500Tax Deed Surplus 75,508 85,000 85,000 85,000Reimbursements 65,870 168,018 168,018 145,045Statewide Mutual Aid Fund - - - -VAB Petition Fees 10,227 15,000 15,000 1,000Recaptured Revenue 1,333 - - -Commissions - Pay Telephones 293,565 300,000 300,000 300,000Other Miscellaneous Revenue 127,026 160,888 160,888 135,000Public Land Mitigation - - - -Community Service Insurance Fees 3,555 2,000 2,000 2,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 1,136,194 $ 1,326,712 $ 1,326,712 $ 1,294,314E - 5


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013TransfersResidual Equity Transfer $ - $ - $ - $-Interfund Transfer 1,271,995 1,271,917 1,271,917 772,009Transfer - Industrial - - - -Interfund Transfer - Fire 35,572 33,749 33,749 35,747Interfund Transfer - Admin Fee 3,355,904 3,290,910 3,290,910 3,308,961Interfund Transfer - Ins/Admin 279,336 279,565 279,565 293,978Excess Fees - Tax Collector 3,836,713 4,200,000 4,200,000 3,800,000Excess Fees - Clerk of Court 393,454 6,919 6,919 5,000Excess Fees - Property Appraiser 98,673 200,000 200,000 100,000Excess Fees - Office of the Sheriff 222,238 250,000 250,000 250,000Departmental Transfers 5,033 - - -Fund Balance - Beginning of the Year - 38,840,085 39,569,690 32,699,431Total Transfers $ 9,498,919 $ 48,373,145 $ 49,102,750 $ 41,265,126Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (5,154,729) $ (5,154,729) $ (5,412,202)Total General Fund $ 115,130,457 $ 146,475,298 $ 149,137,484 $ 135,659,377General Fund (0010)ExpendituresCommunity ServicesCommunity Services $ 7,016,530 $ 5,777,244 $ 7,262,005 $ 3,246,293Total Community Services $ 7,016,530 $ 5,777,244 $ 7,262,005 $ 3,246,293Conservation and ComplianceConservation and Compliance $ 2,917,994 $ 3,080,916 $ 3,100,771 $ 2,842,841Total Conservation and Compliance $ 2,917,994 $ 3,080,916 $ 3,100,771 $ 2,842,841County AttorneyCounty Attorney $ 748,754 $ 679,819 $ 679,819 $ 545,816Total County Attorney $ 748,754 $ 679,819 $ 679,819 $ 545,816County ManagerCounty Manager $ 1,121,819 $ 3,258,475 $ 3,515,513 $ 3,577,309Total County Manager $ 1,121,819 $ 3,258,475 $ 3,515,513 $ 3,577,309Human ResourcesHuman Resources $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 750,456 $ 723,597Total Employee Services $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 750,456 $ 723,597Facilities Development and ManagementFacilities Development and Management $ 4,770,228 $ 4,725,814 $ 4,751,775 $ 4,578,679Total Facilities Development and Management $ 4,770,228 $ 4,725,814 $ 4,751,775 $ 4,578,679Growth ManagementGrowth Management $ 1,355,740 $ 1,336,892 $ 1,336,892 $ 1,278,775Total Growth Management $ 1,355,740 $ 1,336,892 $ 1,336,892 $ 1,278,775Information TechnologyInformation Technology $ 2,758,272 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,684,959 $ 2,300,614Total Information Technology $ 2,758,272 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,684,959 $ 2,300,614E - 6


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013LegislativeBoard of County Commissioners $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 519,417Total Legislative $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 519,417Public ResourcesPublic Resources $ 1,779,636 $ 1,611,740 $ 1,745,112 $ 1,577,394Total Public Resources $ 1,779,636 $ 1,611,740 $ 1,745,112 $ 1,577,394Public SafetyPublic Safety $ 2,730,194 $ 2,665,365 $ 2,687,566 $ 2,825,045Total Public Safety $ 2,730,194 $ 2,665,365 $ 2,687,566 $ 2,825,045Public WorksPublic Works $ 1,732,391 $ 1,808,634 $ 1,911,564 $ 1,754,262Total Public Works $ 1,732,391 $ 1,808,634 $ 1,911,564 $ 1,754,262Clerk of the Circuit CourtClerk of the Circuit Court $ 4,146,221 $ 4,165,191 $ 4,165,191 $ 4,643,390Total Clerk of the Circuit Court $ 4,146,221 $ 4,165,191 $ 4,165,191 $ 4,643,390Property AppraiserProperty Appraiser $ 2,175,879 $ 2,058,641 $ 2,058,641 $ 2,095,182Total Property Appraiser $ 2,175,879 $ 2,058,641 $ 2,058,641 $ 2,095,182SheriffSheriff's Office $ 61,068,479 $ 58,130,920 $ 58,247,378 $ 55,610,228Total Sheriff $ 61,068,479 $ 58,130,920 $ 58,247,378 $ 55,610,228Supervisor of ElectionsSupervisor of Elections $ 1,808,483 $ 2,129,958 $ 2,129,958 $ 1,778,234Total Supervisor of Elections $ 1,808,483 $ 2,129,958 $ 2,129,958 $ 1,778,234Tax CollectorTax Collector $ 4,551,346 $ 4,197,825 $ 4,197,825 $ 4,573,943Total Tax Collector $ 4,551,346 $ 4,197,825 $ 4,197,825 $ 4,573,943Judicial SupportJudicial Support $ 2,205,063 $ 2,776,608 $ 2,777,150 $ 3,155,047Total Judicial Support $ 2,205,063 $ 2,776,608 $ 2,777,150 $ 3,155,047Non-DepartmentalGeneral Fund Non-Departmental $ 15,778,461 $ 44,109,370 $ 44,454,634 $ 38,033,311Total Non-Departmental $ 15,778,461 $ 44,109,370 $ 44,454,634 $ 38,033,311Total General Fund $ 119,947,754 $ 146,475,298 $ 149,137,484 $ 135,659,377E - 7


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013County Transportation Trust (1120)RevenuesTaxes9th Cent Gas Tax $ 1,468,669 $ 1,360,000 $ 1,470,000 $ 1,480,000Local Option Gasoline 5,419,605 5,060,000 5,060,000 5,100,000Local Alt Fuel Decal User Fee 435 - - -Total Taxes $ 6,888,710 $ 6,420,000 $ 6,530,000 $ 6,580,000Permits and FeesPrincipal - Special Assessment $ 51,766 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $ 30,000Interest - Special Assessment 14,947 4,000 4,000 4,000Tax Collector - Special Assessment (551) - - -Total Permits and Fees $ 66,162 $ 34,000 $ 34,000 $ 34,000Intergovernmental RevenuesFederal Forestry Share $ 86,397 $ - $ - $-Constitutional Gas Tax (20%) 617,646 570,000 570,000 610,000Constitutional Gas Tax (80%) 2,470,585 2,300,000 2,300,000 2,400,000County Gasoline Tax 1,348,957 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,300,000State Shared Alt Fuel 296 50 50 100Other Transportation 7,074 4,000 4,000 2,000Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 4,530,955 $ 4,124,050 $ 4,124,050 $ 4,312,100Charges for ServicesStorm Water Review $ 8,550 $ 5,500 $ 5,500 $ 6,000Subdivision Review 43,500 29,000 29,000 29,000Driveway Permits 19,072 14,000 14,000 17,000Sale of Maps and Publications 24 10 10 10Tax Exempt Sale of Maps 10,618 16,000 16,000 6,000One Time Maintenance 53,844 1,000 1,000 1,000Signal Maintenance 327,515 375,045 375,045 367,300Road Vacation Fees 11,225 10,000 10,000 10,000Lot Determination 2,970 1,600 1,600 1,200Total Charges for Services $ 477,319 $ 452,155 $ 452,155 $ 437,510Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 50,379 $ 20,000 $ 20,000 $ 30,000Interest - Tax Collector 1 - - -Other Interest Earnings (386) 50 50 50Surplus Furniture/Fixture/Equipment 29,984 45,000 45,000 40,000Insurance Proc/Loss Furn/Fix/Equipment 28,325 1,000 1,000 2,000Scrap Sales 43,210 3,000 3,000 5,000Reimbursements 34,898 300 300 3,000Other Miscellaneous Revenues 46,880 4,000 4,000 8,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 233,291 $ 73,350 $ 73,350 $ 88,050TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 5,739,201 $ 7,202,861 $ 5,645,040Total Transfers $ - $ 5,739,201 $ 7,202,861 $ 5,645,040E - 8


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (555,178) $ (555,178) $ (572,583)Total County Transportation Trust $ 12,196,437 $ 16,287,578 $ 17,861,238 $ 16,524,117County Transportation Trust (1120)ExpendituresRoad Operations $ 6,947,010 $ 9,425,573 $ 9,584,088 $ 8,496,062Engineering Operations 1,368,222 2,151,430 2,303,627 2,210,620Traffic Operations - - - 2,012,450Environmental Services 1,733,052 1,705,461 1,760,461 1,410,385Intergovernmental Transfers 518 500 500 500Special Assessments 419 500 500 500Board Operations 556,739 555,178 555,178 572,583Contingency and Cash CWF - 2,448,936 3,656,884 1,821,017Total County Transportation Trust $ 10,605,960 $ 16,287,578 $ 17,861,238 $ 16,524,117E - 9


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Lake County Ambulance (1220)RevenuesTaxesAd Valorem Taxes - Current $ 6,027,561 $ 6,005,896 $ 6,006,924 $ 5,650,570Ad Valorem Taxes - Delinquent 352,101 - - -Total Taxes $ 6,379,661 $ 6,005,896 $ 6,006,924 $ 5,650,570Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Inc Profit on Invest $ 19,532 $ 20,000 $ 20,000 $ 20,000Interest - Tax Collector 260 1,000 1,000 1,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 19,792 $ 21,000 $ 21,000 $ 21,000TransfersExcess Fees - Tax Collector $ 63,473 $ - $ - $-Excess Fees - Property Appraiser 3,045 - - -Fund Balance - Beginning of Year 1,308,165 1,304,731 2,037,716Total Transfers $ 66,518 $ 1,308,165 $ 1,304,731 $ 2,037,716Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (301,371) $ (301,371) $ (283,579)Total Lake County Ambulance $ 6,465,971 $ 7,033,690 $ 7,031,284 $ 7,425,707Lake County Ambulance (1220)ExpendituresGeneral Government $ 144,046 $ 111,505 $ 111,505 $ 105,973Lake County Ambulance Service 7,055,075 6,026,904 6,056,192 5,722,187Interfund Transfers 250,000 300,000 592,011 300,000Intergovernmental Transfers 190,146 168,586 168,586 163,204Contingency and Cash CWF - 426,695 102,990 1,134,343Total Lake County Ambulance $ 7,639,268 $ 7,033,690 $ 7,031,284 $ 7,425,707E - 10


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013County Library System (1900)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesLSTA (Library) Grants $ 145,762 $ - $ - $-Aid to Libraries 177,047 180,000 188,720 190,000CSFA 45.020 Public Library Const - - - -Contributions from Other Agencies 230,813 231,367 231,367 274,948Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 553,622 $ 411,367 $ 420,087 $ 464,948Charges for ServicesNon Resident Library Fees $ 480 $ 600 $ 600 $ 600Library Taxable Sales 585 140 140 -Library Non Taxable Sales - - - -Total Charges for Services $ 1,065 $ 740 $ 740 $ 600Fines and ForfeitsLibrary Fines $ 59,647 $ 56,000 $ 56,000 $ 52,700Total Fines and Forfeits $ 59,647 $ 56,000 $ 56,000 $ 52,700Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 6,400 $ 2,000 $ 2,000 $ 2,500Donations 2,187 - - -Other Miscellaneous Revenues 56,580 47,500 47,500 52,800Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 65,167 $ 49,500 $ 49,500 $ 55,300TransfersInterfund Transfer $ 4,147,155 $ 3,939,798 $ 3,939,798 $ 4,001,095Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 423,151 545,435 349,237Total Transfers $ 4,147,155 $ 4,362,949 $ 4,485,233 $ 4,350,332Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (25,880) $ (25,880) $ (19,178)Total County Library System $ 4,826,657 $ 4,854,676 $ 4,985,680 $ 4,904,702County Library System (1900)ExpendituresLibrary Services $ 2,272,608 $ 2,266,218 $ 2,267,822 $ 2,277,143Branch Administration 32,178 - - -Cagan Crossings Community Library 535,862 597,825 597,825 598,422Marion Baysinger Memorial Library 267,421 269,226 269,486 256,737East Lake County Library 245,301 263,681 263,681 256,799Paisley County Library 187,511 190,912 190,912 182,533Astor County Library 181,149 179,093 179,093 176,741Cooper Memorial Library 622,908 616,244 616,244 648,259Law Library 168,801 180,404 180,404 182,017LSTA Grant Project 1 145,762 - - -State Aid to Libraries 198,671 244,557 257,425 237,982Contingency and Cash CWF - 46,516 162,788 88,069Total County Library System $ 4,858,171 $ 4,854,676 $ 4,985,680 $ 4,904,702E - 11


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Library Impact Fee Trust (1070)RevenuesPermits and FeesLibrary Impact Fee - Residential $ 113,119 $ 100,000 $ 100,000 $ 100,000Total Permits and Fees $ 113,119 $ 100,000 $ 100,000 $ 100,000Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 9,488 $ 4,000 $ 4,000 $ 4,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 9,488 $ 4,000 $ 4,000 $ 4,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 1,549,838 $ 1,026,777 $ 1,057,367Total Transfers $ - $ 1,549,838 $ 1,026,777 $ 1,057,367Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (5,200) $ (5,200) $ (5,200)Total Library Impact Fee Trust $ 122,607 $ 1,648,638 $ 1,125,577 $ 1,156,167Library Impact Fee Trust (1070)ExpendituresLibrary Impact Fee Trust $ 270,193 $ 1,103,519 $ 1,125,577 $ 611,048Contingency and Cash CWF - 545,119 - 545,119Total Library Impact Fee Trust $ 270,193 $ 1,648,638 $ 1,125,577 $ 1,156,167E - 12


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Parks Impact Fee Trust - Central District (1081)RevenuesPermits and FeesPark Impact Fee - Residential $ 10,743 $ 7,000 $ 7,000 $ 7,000Total Permits and Fees $ 10,743 $ 7,000 $ 7,000 $ 7,000Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 103 $ 50 $ 50 $ 75Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 103 $ 50 $ 50 $ 75TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 1,595 $ 13,361 $ 19,449Total Transfers $ - $ 1,595 $ 13,361 $ 19,449Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (353) $ (353) $ (354)Total Parks Impact Fee Trust - Central District $ 10,846 $ 8,292 $ 20,058 $ 26,170Parks Impact Fee Trust - Central District (1081)ExpendituresParks Impact Fee - Central $ 3,569 $ 7,070 $ 20,058 $ 24,948Contingency and Cash CWF - 1,222 - 1,222Total Parks Impact Fee Trust - Central District $ 3,569 $ 8,292 $ 20,058 $ 26,170E - 13


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District (1082)RevenuesPermits and FeesPark Impact Fee - Residential $ 19,176 $ 12,000 $ 12,000 $ 10,000Total Permits and Fees $ 19,176 $ 12,000 $ 12,000 $ 10,000Miscellaneous RevenueInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 206 $ 100 $ 100 $ 150Total Miscellaneous Revenue $ 206 $ 100 $ 100 $ 150TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 4,773 $ 32,336 $ 44,436Total Transfers $ - $ 4,773 $ 32,336 $ 44,436Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (605) $ (605) $ (508)Total Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District $ 19,382 $ 16,268 $ 43,831 $ 54,078Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District (1082)ExpendituresParks Impact Fee - North $ 193 $ 15,046 $ 43,831 $ 52,856Contingency and Cash CWF - 1,222 - 1,222Total Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District $ 193 $ 16,268 $ 43,831 $ 54,078E - 14


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District (1083)RevenuesPermits and FeesPark Impact Fee - Residential $ 56,027 $ 45,000 $ 45,000 $ 40,000Total Permits and Fees $ 56,027 $ 45,000 $ 45,000 $ 40,000Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 5,424 $ 2,500 $ 2,500 $ 3,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 5,424 $ 2,500 $ 2,500 $ 3,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 404,287 $ 614,231 $ 638,159Total Transfers $ - $ 404,287 $ 614,231 $ 638,159Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (2,375) $ (2,375) $ (2,150)Total Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District $ 61,451 $ 449,412 $ 659,356 $ 679,009Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District (1083)ExpendituresParks Impact Fee - South $ 92,067 $ 371,217 $ 659,356 $ 624,386Contingency and Cash CWF - 78,195 - 54,623Total Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District $ 92,067 $ 449,412 $ 659,356 $ 679,009E - 15


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Road Impact Fees - District 1 (1151)RevenuesPermits and FeesRoad Impact Fee - Residential $ 20,503 $ - $ - $-Capacity Reservation Fee - 50,091 50,091 -Total Permits and Fees $ 20,503 $ 50,091 $ 50,091 $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 10,967 $ 200 $ 200 $-Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 10,967 $ 200 $ 200 $-TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 539,332 $ 165,544 $ 1,164Total Transfers $ - $ 539,332 $ 165,544 $ 1,164Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (10) $ (10) $-Total Road Impact Fees - District 1 $ 31,470 $ 589,613 $ 215,825 $ 1,164Road Impact Fees - District 1 (1151)ExpendituresRoad Impact District 1 $ 1,730,795 $ 225,941 $ 215,825 $-Contingency and Cash CWF - 363,672 - 1,164Total Road Impact Fees - District 1 $ 1,730,795 $ 589,613 $ 215,825 $ 1,164E - 16


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Road Impact Fees - District 2 (1152)RevenuesPermits and FeesRoad Impact Fee - Residential $ 45,008 $ - $ - $-Road Impact Fee - Commercial (2,864) - - -Capacity Reservation Fee - 913,754 913,754 -Total Permits and Fees $ 42,144 $ 913,754 $ 913,754 $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 54,485 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000Reimbursements 10,740 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 65,225 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000TransfersInterfund Transfer $ - $ - $ - $-Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 6,089,049 6,262,961 6,920,348Total Transfers $ - $ 6,089,049 $ 6,262,961 $ 6,920,348Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (1,250) $ (1,250) $ (1,250)Total Road Impact Fees - District 2 $ 107,369 $ 7,026,553 $ 7,200,465 $ 6,944,098Road Impact Fees - District 2 (1152)ExpendituresRoad Impact District 2 $ 821,034 $ 6,600,335 $ 7,200,465 $ 6,761,427Contingency and Cash CWF - 426,218 - 182,671Total Road Impact Fees - District 2 $ 821,034 $ 7,026,553 $ 7,200,465 $ 6,944,098E - 17


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Road Impact Fees - District 3 (1153)RevenuesPermits and FeesRoad Impact Fee - Residential $ (4,660) $ - $ - $-Road Impact Fee - Commercial - - - -Capacity Reservation Fee - 649,862 649,862 -Total Permits and Fees $ (4,660) $ 649,862 $ 649,862 $-Intergovernmental RevenuesTransp Regional Incentive Program $ - $ - $ - $-Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ - $ - $ - $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 54,901 $ 12,000 $ 12,000 $ 10,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 54,901 $ 12,000 $ 12,000 $ 10,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 4,245,427 $ 5,557,407 $ 2,839,183Total Transfers $ - $ 4,245,427 $ 5,557,407 $ 2,839,183Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (600) $ (600) $ (500)Total Road Impact Fees - District 3 $ 50,241 $ 4,906,689 $ 6,218,669 $ 2,848,683Road Impact Fees - District 3 (1153)ExpendituresRoad Impact District 3 $ 1,811,358 $ 4,744,000 $ 6,218,669 $ 2,585,933Contingency and Cash CWF - 162,689 - 262,750Total Road Impact Fees - District 3 $ 1,811,358 $ 4,906,689 $ 6,218,669 $ 2,848,683E - 18


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Road Impact Fees - District 4 (1154)RevenuesPermits and FeesRoad Impact Fee - Residential $ 14,175 $ - $ - $-Road Impact Fee - Commercial 20,221 - - -Capacity Reservation Fee - 288,156 288,156 -Total Permits and Fees $ 34,396 $ 288,156 $ 288,156 $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 4,719 $ - $ - $-Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 4,719 $ - $ - $-TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 529,516 $ 558,366 $ 43,309Total Transfers $ - $ 529,516 $ 558,366 $ 43,309Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ - $ - $-Total Road Impact Fees - District 4 $ 39,116 $ 817,672 $ 846,522 $ 43,309Road Impact Fees - District 4 (1154)ExpendituresRoad Impact District 4 $ 68,337 $ 817,156 $ 846,522 $ 32,455Contingency and Cash CWF - 516 - 10,854Total Road Impact Fees - District 4 $ 68,337 $ 817,672 $ 846,522 $ 43,309E - 19


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Road Impact Fees - District 5 (1155)RevenuesPermits and FeesRoad Impact Fee - Residential $ 131,088 $ - $ - $-Road Impact Fee - Commercial (10,971) - - -Capacity Reservation Fee - 2,699,654 2,699,654 -Total Permits and Fees $ 120,117 $ 2,699,654 $ 2,699,654 $-Intergovernmental RevenuesJoint Partnership Agreement $ - $ - $ - $-Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ - $ - $ - $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 13,802 $ - $ - $ 12,000Other Miscellaneous Revenue - - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 13,802 $ - $ - $ 12,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 1,414,118 $ 1,519,277 $ 3,440,744Total Transfers $ - $ 1,414,118 $ 1,519,277 $ 3,440,744Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ - $ - $ (600)Total Road Impact Fees - District 5 $ 133,918 $ 4,113,772 $ 4,218,931 $ 3,452,144Road Impact Fees - District 5 (1155)ExpendituresRoad Impact District 5 $ 1,996,481 $ 3,949,654 $ 4,218,931 $ 3,051,854Contingency and Cash CWF - 164,118 - 400,290Total Road Impact Fees - District 5 $ 1,996,481 $ 4,113,772 $ 4,218,931 $ 3,452,144E - 20


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Road Impact Fees - District 6 (1156)RevenuesPermits and FeesRoad Impact Fee - Residential $ 2,025 $ - $ - $-Capacity Reservation Fee - 124,810 124,810 -Total Permits and Fees $ 2,025 $ 124,810 $ 124,810 $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 42,685 $ 15,000 $ 15,000 $ 10,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 42,685 $ 15,000 $ 15,000 $ 10,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 4,907,915 $ 5,031,339 $ 4,018,500Total Transfers $ - $ 4,907,915 $ 5,031,339 $ 4,018,500Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (750) $ (750) $ (500)Total Road Impact Fees - District 6 $ 44,710 $ 5,046,975 $ 5,170,399 $ 4,028,000Road Impact Fees - District 6 (1156)ExpendituresRoad Impact District 6 $ 296,308 $ 4,992,000 $ 5,170,399 $ 3,121,770Contingency and Cash CWF - 54,975 - 906,230Total Road Impact Fees - District 6 $ 296,308 $ 5,046,975 $ 5,170,399 $ 4,028,000E - 21


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Fish Conservation (1190)RevenuesMiscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 968 $ 500 $ 500 $ 750Fishing Licenses 13,080 6,000 6,000 12,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 14,048 $ 6,500 $ 6,500 $ 12,750TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 115,844 $ 123,393 $ 135,818Total Transfers $ - $ 115,844 $ 123,393 $ 135,818Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (325) $ (325) $ (638)Total Fish Conservation $ 14,048 $ 122,019 $ 129,568 $ 147,930Fish Conservation (1190)ExpendituresFish Conservation $ - $ 113,712 $ 113,712 $ 147,292Interfund Transfers 565 325 325 638Contingency and Cash CWF - 7,982 15,531 -Total Fish Conservation $ 565 $ 122,019 $ 129,568 $ 147,930E - 22


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013MSTU - Stormwater Management (1230)RevenuesTaxesAd Valorem Taxes - Current $ 526,492 $ 506,142 $ 506,142 $ 536,739Ad Valorem Taxes - Delinquent 28,724 - - 200Total Taxes $ 555,216 $ 506,142 $ 506,142 $ 536,939Intergovernmental RevenuesSt Surface Water Restoration and WW Project $ - $ - $ - $-Contributions from other Agencies 470 130,000 130,000 70,000Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 470 $ 130,000 $ 130,000 $ 70,000Charges for ServicesOther Transportation Fees $ 39,640 $ 7,500 $ 7,500 $ 9,000Flood Determinations 7,810 5,000 5,000 6,000Total Charges for Services $ 47,450 $ 12,500 $ 12,500 $ 15,000Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit from Invest $ 56,722 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000Interest - Tax Collector 22 100 100 100Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 56,745 $ 25,100 $ 25,100 $ 25,100TransfersExcess Fees - Tax Collector $ 8,477 $ 900 $ 900 $ 900Excess Fees - Property Appraiser 212 100 100 100Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 5,231,566 6,261,501 5,033,026Total Transfers $ 8,689 $ 5,232,566 $ 6,262,501 $ 5,034,026Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (27,237) $ (27,237) $ (28,902)Total MSTU - Stormwater Management $ 668,570 $ 5,879,071 $ 6,909,006 $ 5,652,163MSTU - Stormwater Management (1230)ExpendituresStormwater Management $ 1,162,696 $ 4,429,203 $ 5,514,127 $ 5,242,818Intergovernmental Transfers 15,200 16,157 16,157 15,950Interfund Transfers 38,012 27,237 27,237 28,902Contingency and Cash CWF - 1,406,474 1,351,485 364,493Total MSTU - Stormwater Management $ 1,215,908 $ 5,879,071 $ 6,909,006 $ 5,652,163E - 23


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013MSTU - Parks Services (1231)RevenuesTaxesAd Valorem Taxes - Current $ 3,627,007 $ 3,625,632 $ 3,625,632 $ 3,636,970Ad Valorem Taxes - Delinquent 205,761 - - -Total Taxes $ 3,832,768 $ 3,625,632 $ 3,625,632 $ 3,636,970Intergovernmental RevenuesHighway Planning and Con $ - $ - $ 60,000 $ 60,000Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ - $ - $ 60,000 $ 60,000Charges for ServicesRecreation Fees - Taxable $ 36,822 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $ 48,000Recreation Fees - No Tax - - - 2,000Total Charges for Services $ 36,822 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $ 50,000Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 14,368 $ 6,000 $ 6,000 $ 7,000Interest - Tax Collector 159 - - -Concessions and Rent 33,645 33,644 33,644 8,400Advertising Fees 955 2,500 2,500 1,500Other Contributions/Donations 1,159 - - -Other Miscellaneous Revenues 453 - - 150Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 50,739 $ 42,144 $ 42,144 $ 17,050TransfersExcess Fees - Tax Collector $ 60,724 $ - $ - $-Excess Fees - Property Appraiser 1,517 - - -Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 857,060 909,337 1,593,725Total Transfers $ 62,241 $ 857,060 $ 909,337 $ 1,593,725Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (184,889) $ (184,889) $ (185,201)Total MSTU - Parks Service $ 3,982,571 $ 4,369,947 $ 4,482,224 $ 5,172,544MSTU - Parks Services (1231)ExpendituresParks Services Unincorporated $ 3,042,384 $ 3,571,074 $ 3,811,613 $ 4,017,782Intergovernmental Transfers 108,882 108,769 108,769 95,996Interfund Transfers 202,359 184,889 184,889 185,201Contingency and Cash CWF - 505,215 376,953 873,565Total MSTU - Parks Service $ 3,353,626 $ 4,369,947 $ 4,482,224 $ 5,172,544E - 24


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013MSTU - Roads Services (1232)RevenuesTaxesAd Valorem Taxes - Current $ - $ - $ - $-Ad Valorem Taxes - Delinquent - - - -Total Taxes $ - $ - $ - $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 8,138 $ 4 $ 4 $-Interest - Tax Collector - - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 8,138 $ 4 $ 4 $-TransfersExcess Fees - Tax Collector $ - $ - $ - $-Excess Fees - Property Appraiser - - - -Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 963,044 8,092 -Total Transfers $ - $ 963,044 $ 8,092 $-Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ - $ - $-Total MSTU - Roads Services $ 8,138 $ 963,048 $ 8,096 $-MSTU - Roads Services (1232)ExpendituresRoads Services $ 1,170,876 $ 1,531 $ 8,096 $-Intergovernmental Transfers - - - -Interfund Transfers 25 - - -Contingency and Cash CWF - 961,517 - -Total MSTU - Roads Services $ 1,170,901 $ 963,048 $ 8,096 $-E - 25


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Emergency 911 (1240)RevenuesCharges for ServicesE911 State Grant Program $ - $ - $ 305,159 $ 261,657Emergency Service Fee 1,454,737 1,347,599 1,347,599 1,414,000Total Charges for Services $ 1,454,737 $ 1,347,599 $ 1,652,758 $ 1,414,000Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 30,285 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $ 30,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 30,285 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $ 30,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 1,943,922 $ 2,754,252 $ 2,282,040Total Transfers $ - $ 1,943,922 $ 2,754,252 $ 2,282,040Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (68,880) $ (68,880) $ (85,282)Total Emergency 911 $ 1,485,023 $ 3,252,641 $ 4,368,130 $ 3,902,415Emergency 911 (1240)ExpendituresEmergency 911 $ 1,751,344 $ 1,813,431 $ 1,813,431 $ 1,148,043Wireless - E911 Service 1,126,187 - 305,159 -Interfund Transfers 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,369,466Contingency and Cash CWF - 439,210 1,249,540 1,384,906Total Emergency 911 $ 3,877,531 $ 3,252,641 $ 4,368,130 $ 3,902,415E - 26


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Resort/Development Tax (1250)RevenuesTaxesLocal Option Resort Tax $ 1,969,800 $ 1,900,000 $ 1,900,000 $ 2,000,000Total Taxes $ 1,969,800 $ 1,900,000 $ 1,900,000 $ 2,000,000Charges for ServicesSale of Maps and Publications $ 42 $ 250 $ 250 $-Tax Exempt Sale of Maps - 1,200 1,200 -Total Charges for Services $ 42 $ 1,450 $ 1,450 $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 21,219 $ 10,000 $ 10,000 $ 10,000Rents and Leases - - - 12,000Other Contributions/Donations - - - 10,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 21,219 $ 10,000 $ 10,000 $ 32,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 2,432,771 $ 3,099,667 $ 3,400,075Total Transfers $ - $ 2,432,771 $ 3,099,667 $ 3,400,075Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (95,573) $ (95,573) $ (101,600)Total Resort/Development Tax $ 1,991,060 $ 4,248,648 $ 4,915,544 $ 5,330,475Resort/Development Tax (1250)ExpendituresTourism $ 954,900 $ 1,420,479 $ 1,531,115 $ 1,608,577Interfund Transfers 350,573 345,573 345,573 101,600Contingency and Cash CWF - 2,482,596 3,038,856 3,620,298Total Resort/Development Tax $ 1,305,473 $ 4,248,648 $ 4,915,544 $ 5,330,475E - 27


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Greater Hills MSBU (1290)RevenuesPermits and FeesService Assessments $ 238,246 $ 247,008 $ 247,008 $ 250,196Total Permits and Fees $ 238,246 $ 247,008 $ 247,008 $ 250,196Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 845 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 500Interest - Tax Collector 8 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 852 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 500TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 59,007 $ 63,610 $ 60,101Total Transfers $ - $ 59,007 $ 63,610 $ 60,101Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (12,400) $ (12,400) $ (12,535)Total Greater Hills MSBU $ 239,098 $ 294,615 $ 299,218 $ 298,262Greater Hills (MSBU) 1290ExpendituresGreater Hills MSBU $ 225,167 $ 208,199 $ 208,327 $ 210,585Intergovernmental Transfers 4,747 7,568 7,568 7,521Interfund Transfers 19,840 19,840 19,840 20,056Contingency and Cash CWF - 59,008 63,483 60,100Total Greater Hills MSBU $ 249,754 $ 294,615 $ 299,218 $ 298,262E - 28


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Law Enforcement Trust (1330)RevenuesFines and ForfeitsConfiscated Property $ 3,807 $ - $ - $-Sale of Contraband Property 87,565 - - -Total Fines and Forfeits $ 91,372 $ - $ - $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 1,982 $ 1,250 $ 1,250 $ 1,250Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 1,982 $ 1,250 $ 1,250 $ 1,250TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 241,537 $ 204,613 $ 160,863Total Transfers $ - $ 241,537 $ 204,613 $ 160,863Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (63) $ (63) $ (63)Total Law Enforcement Trust $ 93,354 $ 242,724 $ 205,800 $ 162,050Law Enforcement Trust (1330)ExpendituresCounty Sheriff - Law Enforcement $ 123,877 $ 242,724 $ 205,800 $ 162,050Total Law Enforcement Trust $ 123,877 $ 242,724 $ 205,800 $ 162,050E - 29


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Greater Groves MSBU (1370)RevenuesPermits and FeesService Assessments $ 206,807 $ 213,381 $ 213,381 $ 213,381Total Permits and Fees $ 206,807 $ 213,381 $ 213,381 $ 213,381Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 684 $ 500 $ 500 $ 500Interest - Tax Collector 9 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 693 $ 500 $ 500 $ 500TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 50,590 $ 54,952 $ 51,276Total Transfers $ - $ 50,590 $ 54,952 $ 51,276Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (10,694) $ (10,694) $ (10,694)Total Greater Groves MSBU $ 207,500 $ 253,777 $ 258,139 $ 254,463Greater Groves MSBU (1370)ExpendituresGreater Groves MSBU $ 195,000 $ 179,548 $ 179,660 $ 179,660Intergovernmental Transfers 4,127 6,529 6,529 6,417Interfund Transfers 17,158 17,110 17,110 17,110Contingencies and Cash CWF - 50,590 54,840 51,276Total Greater Groves MSBU $ 216,285 $ 253,777 $ 258,139 $ 254,463E - 30


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue (1410)RevenuesTaxesInfrastructure Surtax - Renewal $ 10,478,820 $ 10,000,000 $ 10,000,000 $ 10,000,000Total Taxes $ 10,478,820 $ 10,000,000 $ 10,000,000 $ 10,000,000Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ - $ - $ - $-Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ - $ - $ - $-TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 495,250 $ 974,070 $ 1,087,705Total Transfers $ - $ 495,250 $ 974,070 $ 1,087,705Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (500,000) $ (500,000) $ (500,000)Total Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue $ 10,478,820 $ 9,995,250 $ 10,474,070 $ 10,587,705Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue (1410)ExpendituresInterfund Transfers $ 9,976,480 $ 9,995,250 $ 10,474,070 $ 10,587,705Total Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue $ 9,976,480 $ 9,995,250 $ 10,474,070 $ 10,587,705E - 31


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Village Green Street Lighting (1430)RevenuesPermits and FeesService Assessments $ 13,213 $ 13,662 $ 13,662 $ 12,948Total Permits and Fees $ 13,213 $ 13,662 $ 13,662 $ 12,948Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 132 $ 100 $ 100 $ 100Interest - Tax Collector - - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 132 $ 100 $ 100 $ 100TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 11,242 $ 12,891 $ 13,194Total Transfers $ - $ 11,242 $ 12,891 $ 13,194Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (688) $ (688) $ (652)Total Village Green Street Lighting $ 13,345 $ 24,316 $ 25,965 $ 25,590Village Green Street Lighting (1430)ExpendituresVillage Green Street Lighting $ 10,028 $ 11,560 $ 11,560 $ 10,960Intergovernmental Transfers 264 413 413 391Interfund Transfers 1,101 1,101 1,101 1,043Contingency and Cash CWF - 11,242 12,891 13,196Total Village Green Street Lighting $ 11,393 $ 24,316 $ 25,965 $ 25,590E - 32


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Greater Pines Municipal Services (1450)RevenuesPermits and FeesService Assessments $ 235,348 $ 243,565 $ 243,565 $ 245,567Total Permits and Fees $ 235,348 $ 243,565 $ 243,565 $ 245,567Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 805 $ 500 $ 500 $ 500Interest - Tax Collector 8 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 813 $ 500 $ 500 $ 500TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 58,693 $ 63,182 $ 59,810Total Transfers $ - $ 58,693 $ 63,182 $ 59,810Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (12,203) $ (12,203) $ (12,303)Total Greater Pines Municipal Services $ 236,161 $ 290,555 $ 295,044 $ 293,574Greater Pines Municipal Services (1450)ExpendituresGreater Pines Municipal Services $ 216,536 $ 204,887 $ 205,015 $ 206,696Intergovernmental Transfers 4,704 7,450 7,450 7,382Interfund Transfers 19,685 19,525 19,525 19,685Contingency and Cash CWF - 58,693 63,054 59,811Total Greater Pines Municipal Services $ 240,925 $ 290,555 $ 295,044 $ 293,574E - 33


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Picciola Island Street Lighting (1460)RevenuesPermits and FeesService Assessments $ 3,945 $ 4,080 $ 4,080 $ 3,752Total Permits and Fees $ 3,945 $ 4,080 $ 4,080 $ 3,752Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 35 $ 10 $ 10 $ 10Interest - Tax Collector - - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 35 $ 10 $ 10 $ 10TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 2,791 $ 3,250 $ 3,452Total Transfers $ - $ 2,791 $ 3,250 $ 3,452Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (205) $ (205) $ (188)Total Picciola Island Street Lighting $ 3,980 $ 6,676 $ 7,135 $ 7,026Picciola Island Street Lighting (1460)ExpendituresPicciola Island Street Lighting $ 2,913 $ 3,436 $ 3,436 $ 3,160Intergovernmental Transfers 79 123 123 113Interfund Transfers 329 328 328 301Contingency and Cash CWF - 2,789 3,248 3,452Total Picciola Island Street Lighting $ 3,321 $ 6,676 $ 7,135 $ 7,026E - 34


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Valencia Terrace Street Lighting (1470)RevenuesPermits and FeesService Assessments $ 6,485 $ 6,757 $ 6,757 $ 6,171Total Permits and Fees $ 6,485 $ 6,757 $ 6,757 $ 6,171Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 61 $ 19 $ 19 $ 19Interest - Tax Collector - - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 61 $ 19 $ 19 $ 19TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 5,102 $ 6,427 $ 6,657Total Transfers $ - $ 5,102 $ 6,427 $ 6,657Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (339) $ (339) $ (310)Total Valencia Terrace Street Lighting $ 6,546 $ 11,539 $ 12,864 $ 12,537Valencia Terrace Street Lighting (1470)ExpendituresValencia Terrace Street Lighting $ 4,321 $ 5,672 $ 5,692 $ 5,200Intergovernmental Transfers 130 224 224 186Interfund Transfers 542 542 542 496Contingency and Cash CWF - 5,101 6,406 6,655Total Valencia Terrace Street Lighting $ 4,992 $ 11,539 $ 12,864 $ 12,537E - 35


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Lake County Environmental Recovery (1500)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesOther Grants $ 1,554 $ 2,000 $ 17,373 $ 3,781Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 1,554 $ 2,000 $ 17,373 $ 3,781Fines and ForfeitsEnvironmental Recovery $ - $ - $ - $-Total Fines and Forfeits $ - $ - $ - $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 829 $ 600 $ 600 $ 600Donations 243 400 1,700 2,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 1,072 $ 1,000 $ 2,300 $ 2,600TransfersFund Balance - Beginning $ - $ 89,369 $ 98,216 $ 102,350Total Transfers $ - $ 89,369 $ 98,216 $ 102,350Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (150) $ (150) $ (319)Total Lake County Environmental Recovery Fund $ 2,627 $ 92,219 $ 117,739 $ 108,412Lake County Environmental Recovery (1500)ExpendituresAdopt A Lake $ 4,116 $ 4,053 $ 22,981 $ 6,753Home Heating Oil Recovery 1,064 3,263 3,263 -Interfund Transfers 175 150 150 319Contingency and Cash CWF - 84,753 91,345 101,340Total Lake County Environmental Recovery Fund $ 5,356 $ 92,219 $ 117,739 $ 108,412E - 36


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Building Services (1520)RevenuesPermits and FeesContractor Licenses $ 37,130 $ 31,935 $ 31,935 $ 32,025Building Permits 1,145,150 1,073,841 1,073,841 1,160,601Total Permits and Fees $ 1,182,280 $ 1,105,776 $ 1,105,776 $ 1,192,626Charges for ServicesOperating Trust Surcharge Fees $ 2,057 $ 370 $ 370 $ 740Construction Inspectors Fees 2,056 315 315 630Exam and Reciprocity Fees 2,700 2,802 2,802 2,552Capital Improvement - Develop Fees 8,452 8,214 8,214 7,897Protective Inspection Fees 39,563 29,563 29,563 31,042Fire Inspection Fees 3,295 1,455 1,455 1,600Plans Review (Fire) 1,050 221 221 1,500Misc Admin Service Fees 35,966 31,524 31,524 25,837Total Charges for Services $ 95,139 $ 74,464 $ 74,464 $ 71,798Fines and ForfeitsCitations to Unlicense $ 6,707 $ 6,116 $ 6,116 $ 5,500Total Fines and Forfeits $ 6,707 $ 6,116 $ 6,116 $ 5,500Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 1,155 $ - $ - $ 1,500Surplus Furn/Fix/Equipment Sales - - - -Insurance Proc/Loss Furn/Fix Equipment 4,004 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 5,159 $ - $ - $ 1,500TransfersFund Balance - Beginning $ - $ 45,411 $ 241,098 $ 454,743Total Transfers $ - $ 45,411 $ 241,098 $ 454,743Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (59,318) $ (59,318) $ (63,571)Total Building Services $ 1,289,284 $ 1,172,449 $ 1,368,136 $ 1,662,596Building Services (1520)ExpendituresBuilding Services $ 1,075,691 $ 1,072,861 $ 1,072,861 $ 1,139,661Interfund Transfers 68,558 59,318 59,318 63,571Contingency and Cash CWF - 40,270 235,957 459,364Total Building Services $ 1,144,249 $ 1,172,449 $ 1,368,136 $ 1,662,596E - 37


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013County Fire Rescue (1680)RevenuesTaxesAd Valorem Taxes - Current $ 2,815,415 $ 2,804,196 $ 2,804,196 $ 2,615,540Ad Valorem Taxes - Delinquent 155,611 - - 5,461Total Taxes $ 2,971,026 $ 2,804,196 $ 2,804,196 $ 2,621,001Permits and FeesFire Rescue Non-Ad Val Assmt $ 16,624,469 $ 16,214,924 $ 16,214,924 $ 16,490,000Total Permits and Fees $ 16,624,469 $ 16,214,924 $ 16,214,924 $ 16,490,000Intergovernmental RevenueSt Homeland Security Grant $ - $ - $ - $-Urban Area Security - - - -Assistance to Firefighters 472,412 360,000 428,800 156,240Hazard Mitigation Grant - - - -Federal Forestry Share Revenue 15,246 - - -Firefighters Supplement Comp 40,276 32,640 32,640 32,640Motor Fuel Tax Rebate (State) 11,125 10,000 10,000 10,000Total Intergovernmental Revenue $ 539,060 $ 402,640 $ 471,440 $ 198,880Charges for ServicesFire Inspection Fees $ 780 $ - $ - $-Total Charges for Services $ 780 $ - $ - $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 83,462 $ 60,000 $ 60,000 $ 60,000Interest - Tax Collector 780 2,000 2,000 -Surplus Furn/Fix/Equipment 5,264 - - -Insurance Proc/Loss Furn/Fix Equipment 3,941 - - -Reimbursements 16 - - -Statewide Mutual Aid funds - - - -Other Miscellaneous Revenues 2,073 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 95,537 $ 62,000 $ 62,000 $ 60,000TransfersInterfund Transfer $ 250,000 $ 477,444 $ 477,444 $ 492,298Excess Fees - Tax Collector 46,897 - - -Excess Fees - Property Appraiser 1,171 - - -Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 3,757,751 5,277,282 5,193,954Total Transfers $ 298,068 $ 4,235,195 $ 5,754,726 $ 5,686,252Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (974,079) $ (974,079) $ (967,634)Total County Fire Rescue $ 20,528,940 $ 22,744,876 $ 24,333,207 $ 24,088,499E - 38


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013County Fire Rescue (1680)ExpendituresFire Rescue $ 18,517,339 $ 18,486,601 $ 18,558,547 $ 19,912,469Intergovernmental Transfers 415,088 412,647 412,647 393,421Grant Programs - - 86,000 25,000Interfund Transfers 1,048,698 1,007,828 1,007,828 1,003,381Contingency and Cash CWF - 2,837,800 4,268,185 2,754,228Total County Fire Rescue $ 19,981,125 $ 22,744,876 $ 24,333,207 $ 24,088,499E - 39


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Fire Services Impact Fee Trust (1690)RevenuesPermits and FeesFire Impact Fee - Residential $ 118,867 $ 75,000 $ 75,000 $ 75,000Fire Impact Fee - Commercial 119,990 75,000 75,000 75,000Total Permits and Fees $ 238,857 $ 150,000 $ 150,000 $ 150,000Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 17,660 $ 15,000 $ 15,000 $ 15,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 17,660 $ 15,000 $ 15,000 $ 15,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 2,142,264 $ 2,215,826 $ 2,182,920Total Transfers $ - $ 2,142,264 $ 2,215,826 $ 2,182,920Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (8,250) $ (8,250) $ (8,250)Total Fire Services Impact Fee Trust $ 256,517 $ 2,299,014 $ 2,372,576 $ 2,339,670Fire Services Impact Fee Trust (1690)ExpendituresFire Impact Fee $ 3,465 $ 452,604 $ 701,660 $ 519,355Interfund Transfer - - - -Contingency and Cash CWF - 1,846,410 1,670,916 1,820,315Total Fire Services Impact Fee Trust $ 3,465 $ 2,299,014 $ 2,372,576 $ 2,339,670E - 40


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Employees Benefit (1800)RevenuesMiscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Interest $ 4 $ 5 $ 5 $-Concessions on Rent 549 300 300 -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 552 $ 305 $ 305 $-TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 305 $ 553 $-Total Transfers $ - $ 305 $ 553 $-Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (15) $ (15) $-Total Employees Benefit $ 552 $ 595 $ 843 $-Employees Benefit (1800)ExpendituresBoard Operations $ 1,052 $ - $ - $-Contingency and Cash CWF - 595 843 -Total Employees Benefit $ 1,052 $ 595 $ 843 $-E - 41


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Animal Shelter Sterilization Trust (1850)RevenuesMiscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 2,410 $ 1,400 $ 1,400 $ 1,400Animal Shelter Donations 59,821 45,000 45,000 45,000Impoundment/Sale - Lives 55,452 35,000 35,000 35,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 117,682 $ 81,400 $ 81,400 $ 81,400TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 246,755 $ 298,470 $ 300,347Total Transfers $ - $ 246,755 $ 298,470 $ 300,347Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (4,070) $ (4,070) $ (4,070)Total Animal Shelter Sterilization Trust $ 117,682 $ 324,085 $ 375,800 $ 377,677Animal Shelter Sterilization Trust (1850)ExpendituresAnimal Shelter $ 48,079 $ 80,000 $ 80,000 $ 80,000Contingency and Cash CWF - 244,085 295,800 297,677Total Animal Shelter Sterilization Trust $ 48,079 $ 324,085 $ 375,800 $ 377,677E - 42


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Community Development Block Grant (1200)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesCommunity Development Block Grant $ 1,290,260 $ 5,718,955 $ 5,870,915 $ 4,562,403Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 1,290,260 $ 5,718,955 $ 5,870,915 $ 4,562,403TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 539,754 $ - $ 1,256,208Total Transfers $ - $ 539,754 $ - $ 1,256,208Total Community Development Block Grant $ 1,290,260 $ 6,258,709 $ 5,870,915 $ 5,818,611Community Development Block Grant (1200)ExpendituresCommunity Dev Block Grant Administration $ 175,416 $ 179,354 $ 179,354 $ 193,330Community Dev Block Grant Public Services 143,145 124,950 124,950 126,925Community Dev Block Grant Capital Projects - 189,592 189,592 -Community Dev Block Grant Urban Co Partners 320,398 230,000 162,013 140,000CEA Programs - - - -Community Dev Block Grant Housing Rehab 96,428 40,000 49,466 124,418Neighborhood Stabilization 326,060 4,435 241,251 -Neighborhood Stabilization - 3,199,585 3,199,585 3,025,046Community Projects 149,767 1,607,962 1,644,851 952,684Community Dev Block Grant - R 79,046 143,077 79,853 -Contingency and Cash CWF - 539,754 - 1,256,208Total Community Development Block Grant $ 1,290,260 $ 6,258,709 $ 5,870,915 $ 5,818,611E - 43


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Public Transportation (1210)RevenuesIntergovernmental Revenues5310 Cap Assistance Prg 20.513 $ 195,502 $ 205,200 $ 205,200 $ 394,200FDOT - 5311 Operating 472,779 472,646 480,917 557,321Fed Transit Formula Grant 1,878,347 3,227,636 4,066,869 2,438,477Public Transit Block Grant 654,354 637,743 695,289 760,943Shirley Conroy Grant - - 69,527 65,700Public Transit Service - - - -FDOT - TD Trips 504,878 532,156 520,592 565,945Motor Fuel Tax Rebate (State) 45,679 40,000 20,000 40,000Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 3,751,538 $ 5,115,381 $ 6,058,394 $ 4,822,586Charges for ServicesOther Transportation Fees $ 261,051 $ 237,000 $ 258,995 $ 257,001Medicaid Non-Emergency Transport 970,822 974,724 878,804 916,228Mid - Fla Community 160,056 160,000 160,000 170,000McCoy Care Inc (171) - - -Medicaid Waiver Service Agreement 163,672 136,000 136,000 136,000Total Charges for Services $ 1,555,430 $ 1,507,724 $ 1,433,799 $ 1,479,229Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 79 $ 1,200 $ 1,200 $ 1,200Advertising Fees 10,917 11,202 11,202 11,400Surplus Furn/Fix/Equipment 2,639 - - -Reimbursements 72,938 12,838 12,838 7,538Other Miscellaneous Revenues 160 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 86,734 $ 25,240 $ 25,240 $ 20,138TransfersInterfund Transfer $ 729,726 $ 693,240 $ 693,240 $ 1,406,281Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 2,136,560 1,211,706 1,324,319Total Transfers $ 729,726 $ 2,829,800 $ 1,904,946 $ 2,730,600Total Public Transportation $ 6,123,428 $ 9,478,145 $ 9,422,379 $ 9,052,553Public Transportation (1210)ExpendituresTransportation Disadv $ 367,982 $ 385,325 $ 383,325 $ 402,883CTD Trips 3,914,229 4,172,607 4,159,382 4,132,772Fixed Route 1,802,943 1,928,007 1,957,286 2,007,855Transportation Disadv 577,543 1,884,255 2,775,505 1,744,987Contingency and Cash CWF - 1,107,951 146,881 764,056Total Public Transportation $ 6,662,697 $ 9,478,145 $ 9,422,379 $ 9,052,553E - 44


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Affordable Housing Assistance Trust (1260)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesState Housing Initiative Part. $ 408,531 $ 408,531 $ - $-Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 408,531 $ 408,531 $ - $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 19,011 $ 4,000 $ 4,000 $ 2,000Recaptured Revenue 509,857 15,000 20,000 10,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 528,867 $ 19,000 $ 24,000 $ 12,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 1,014,237 $ 1,708,907 $ 1,029,717Total Transfers $ - $ 1,014,237 $ 1,708,907 $ 1,029,717Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ - $ - $-Total Affordable Housing Assistance Trust $ 937,398 $ 1,441,768 $ 1,732,907 $ 1,041,717Affordable Housing Assistance Trust (1260)ExpendituresShip Program $ 1,883,233 $ 1,293,331 $ 1,665,218 $ 470,925Ship Administration 41,919 106,119 67,689 59,108Florida Homebuyer Opportunity Program - - - -Contingency and Cash CWF - 42,318 - 511,684Total Affordable Housing Assistance Trust $ 1,925,152 $ 1,441,768 $ 1,732,907 $ 1,041,717E - 45


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Section 8 (1270)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesShelter Care Plus $ 48,672 $ 262,897 $ 262,897 $ 216,416HUD - Hap Disbursement 2,877,700 2,953,865 2,817,792 3,004,895HUD - Af Disbursement 300,907 291,719 263,506 237,183Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 3,227,279 $ 3,508,481 $ 3,344,195 $ 3,458,494Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 7,962 $ 3,000 $ 3,000 $ 4,800Reimbursements 70,262 68,000 68,000 75,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 78,223 $ 71,000 $ 71,000 $ 79,800TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 794,004 $ 678,871 $ 388,504Total Transfers $ - $ 794,004 $ 678,871 $ 388,504Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ - $ - $-Total Section 8 $ 3,305,502 $ 4,373,485 $ 4,094,066 $ 3,926,798Section 8 (1270)ExpendituresHousing Services $ 3,280,121 $ 4,105,596 $ 3,561,903 $ 3,783,903Contingency and Cash CWF - 267,889 532,163 142,895Total Section 8 $ 3,280,121 $ 4,373,485 $ 4,094,066 $ 3,926,798E - 46


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Federal/State Grants (1300)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesSt Domestic Preparedness 97.00 $ - $ 1,732,288 $ 752,288 $ 736,788Urban Areas Security Init 835,610 1,017,127 1,017,127 867,127Hazard Mitigation Grant 48,180 - - -Interoperable Communication Grant 383,500 1,123,200 1,123,200 -State and Local Assistance - 78,095 78,378 71,579LAP Projects 8,130,658 5,730,818 12,471,579 4,172,452Community Development Block Grant - - 704,120 123,146Nutrition Assistance Program 11,348 - - -State Children's Ins Program 8,000 8,000 8,000 -Emergency Medical Services 50,317 78,664 78,664 50,000Emergency Management 34,227 77,043 71,579 78,378Loc Emergency Mgt and Mit Initia 52.010 397,815 684,902 (30,000) -Co Incentive Grant Project - 246,302 246,302 -Transp Regional Incentive 186,156 1,191,198 1,405,042 -Joint Participation Agreement 27,417 152,518 327,613 327,000CSDI Pilot Program 260,577 490,000 472,042 -CJ/Mental Health/Subs 250,000 - 250,000 250,000Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 10,623,806 $ 12,610,155 $ 18,975,934 $ 6,676,470Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ - $ - $ - $-Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ - $ - $ - $-TransfersInterfund Transfer - General $ - $ - $ - $-Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 5,133,145 190,227 807,875Total Transfers $ - $ 5,133,145 $ 190,227 $ 807,875Total Federal/State Grants $ 10,623,806 $ 17,743,300 $ 19,166,161 $ 7,484,345Federal/State Grants (1300)ExpendituresCommunity Services Grant $ 23,565 $ 18,613 $ 19,442 $ 10,266Emergency Management Trust Fund 34,227 155,048 149,957 149,957Public Safety Grants - Eoc 445,995 1,684,902 (30,000) -Public Safety Grants - Emg 153,260 31,500 755,620 159,146Public Safety Grants - Am 14,735 78,664 139,795 50,000Communications Technology 1,065,851 2,841,205 2,841,115 1,567,915Public Works Grants 8,604,807 7,810,836 14,922,578 4,499,452Conservation and Compliance Grants 132,347 - 367,654 250,000Contingency and Cash CWF - 5,122,532 - 797,609Total Federal/State Grants $ 10,474,787 $ 17,743,300 $ 19,166,161 $ 7,484,345E - 47


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Restricted Local Programs (1310)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesFlorida Arts License Plate Fee $ 8,663 $ 10,000 $ 10,000 $ 8,000Choose Life License Plate Fee - - - -Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 8,663 $ 10,000 $ 10,000 $ 8,000Charges for ServicesCommon Health Worker Program $ - $ - $ - $-Teen Court User Fee 13,300 10,000 10,000 8,127C/J Court Cost - $2.50 92,565 88,000 88,000 88,000C/J Education Cost - $2.00-FS 29,735 34,000 34,000 34,000Crime Prevention - FS 77 86,569 70,000 70,000 70,000Alcohol and Drug Abuse - $15.00 14,676 12,000 12,000 13,000Teen Court - $3.00 - FS 938.19(2) 105,345 106,955 106,955 101,798Total Charges for Services $ 342,190 $ 320,955 $ 320,955 $ 314,925Fines and ForfeitsCrime Prevention Fund $ - $ - $ - $-Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Trust - - - -Traffic Education Trust - - - -Police Education - $2.00 - - - -Driver Education (SLOSBERG) 184,827 200,000 200,000 160,000Teen Court Fee - - - -Court Cost (2.50) 318.1 - - - -Total Fines and Forfeits $ 184,827 $ 200,000 $ 200,000 $ 160,000Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 5,935 $ - $ - $-Other Contributions/Donations - - - -Boating Licenses 110,773 75,000 75,000 75,000Other Miscellaneous Revenue 2,500 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 119,208 $ 75,000 $ 75,000 $ 75,000TransfersInterfund Transfer - General $ - $ - $ - $-Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 718,096 870,651 648,620Total Transfers $ - $ 718,096 $ 870,651 $ 648,620Total Restricted Local Programs $ 654,887 $ 1,324,051 $ 1,476,606 $ 1,206,545Restricted Local Programs (1310)ExpendituresCommunity Service Local Program $ 384,471 $ 668,483 $ 675,986 $ 538,986Community Health Workers 1,362 4,093 6,323 3,516Boating Improvements 139,637 80,895 288,813 126,701Public Resources Grant 10,158 - - -Eco Development/Tourism Grants - 26,123 24,660 12,660Teen Court 112,930 116,955 195,366 109,925Sheriff Programs - Active 306,569 244,997 285,458 306,567Contingency and Cash CWF - 182,505 - 108,190Total Restricted Local Programs $ 955,127 $ 1,324,051 $ 1,476,606 $ 1,206,545E - 48


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Energy Efficiency and Cons Block Grant (1320)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesFederal Grant - Energy $ 1,196,801 $ 1,349,042 $ 1,377,689 $-Interest Incl Profit on Investment $50Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 1,196,852 $ 1,349,042 $ 1,377,689 $-TransfersFund Balance - Beginning Balance $ - $ 200,451 $ 51 $ 297,453Total Transfers $ - $ 200,451 $ 51 $ 297,453Total Energy Efficiency and Cons Block Grant Fund $ 1,196,852 $ 1,549,493 $ 1,377,740 $ 297,453Energy Efficiency and Cons Block Grant (1320)ExpendituresPublic Education and Out $ 74,253 $ 26,650 $ 18,866 $-Benchmarking 11,471 16,386 35,143 -Internal Revolving LOA - - - -Energy Eff and Conservation Stra - - - -Design and Operation of EE Pr 103,719 74,568 63,197 -Participation and Efficiency 31,600 - - -LSCC Education and Training - - - -Lake Tech Center Education and Training 93,367 - - -RSC Rebate 422,505 667,256 588,605 -Tower LED Lighting Ret - - 54,500 -Quality Insp, Meas and B 1,617 166,667 67,773 -Renewable Energy Techn 11,698 65,357 71,526 -Performance Contracting 4,664 198,842 452,917 -Traffic Signal Sync 380,144 133,316 1,674 -Greenhouse Gas Reduction 19,064 - 22,866 -Expansion of Co Recycl 42,700 - 673 -Contingency and Cash CWF - 200,451 - 297,453Total Energy Efficiency and Cons Block Grant Fund $ 1,196,801 $ 1,549,493 $ 1,377,740 $ 297,453E - 49


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Pari-Mutuel Revenue Replacement Bonds (2510)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesRacing Tax $ 297,667 $ 297,667 $ 297,667 $ 297,667Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 297,667 $ 297,667 $ 297,667 $ 297,667Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 2,143 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 1,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 2,143 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 1,000TransfersProceeds - Long - Term - Bor $ 3,635,000 $ - $ - $-Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 151,616 145,217 173,774Total Transfers $ 3,635,000 $ 151,616 $ 145,217 $ 173,774Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (14,933) $ (14,933) $ (14,933)Total Pari-Mutuel Revenue Replacement Bonds $ 3,934,809 $ 435,350 $ 428,951 $ 457,508Pari-Mutuel Revenue Replacement Bonds (2510)ExpendituresDebt Service Requirements $ 3,899,626 $ 270,110 $ 270,110 $ 270,028Contingency and Cash CWF - 165,240 158,841 187,480Total Pari-Mutuel Revenue Replacement Bonds $ 3,899,626 $ 435,350 $ 428,951 $ 457,508E - 50


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service (2610)RevenuesMiscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 1,674 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 1,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 1,674 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 1,000TransfersInterfund Transfer $ 1,208,398 $ 1,208,398 $ 1,208,398 $ 1,208,398Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 58,550 59,974 61,475Total Transfers $ 1,208,398 $ 1,266,948 $ 1,268,372 $ 1,269,873Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (50) $ (50) $ (50)Total Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service $ 1,210,072 $ 1,267,898 $ 1,269,322 $ 1,270,823Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service (2610)ExpendituresDebt Service Requirements $ 1,208,398 $ 1,209,647 $ 1,209,647 $ 1,209,647Contingency and Cash CWF - 58,251 59,675 61,176Total Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service $ 1,208,398 $ 1,267,898 $ 1,269,322 $ 1,270,823E - 51


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Public Lands Program (2710)RevenuesTaxesAd Valorem Taxes - Current $ 1,722,380 $ 1,716,193 $ 1,716,193 $ 2,786,422Ad Valorem Taxes - Delinquent 99,976 - - -Total Taxes $ 1,822,356 $ 1,716,193 $ 1,716,193 $ 2,786,422Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 24,424 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $ 30,000Interest - Tax Collector 74 100 100 100Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 24,498 $ 30,100 $ 30,100 $ 30,100TransfersExcess Fees - Tax Collector $ 28,520 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $ 15,000Excess Fees - Property Appraiser 721 500 500 500Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 2,032,224 2,046,185 1,008,228Total Transfers $ 29,240 $ 2,062,724 $ 2,076,685 $ 1,023,728Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (87,322) $ (87,322) $ (140,826)Total Public Lands Program $ 1,876,095 $ 3,721,695 $ 3,735,656 $ 3,699,424Public Lands Program (2710)ExpendituresDebt Service Requirements $ 2,706,038 $ 2,703,488 $ 2,703,488 $ 2,703,688Intergovernmental Transfers 51,315 48,776 48,776 70,092Contingency and Cash CWF - 969,431 983,392 925,644Total Public Lands Program $ 2,757,353 $ 3,721,695 $ 3,735,656 $ 3,699,424E - 52


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expansion Projects Debt Service (2810)RevenuesMiscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 10,626 $ 15,000 $ 15,000 $ 10,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 10,626 $ 15,000 $ 15,000 $ 10,000TransfersInterfund Transfer $ 3,738,345 $ 5,738,405 $ 5,738,405 $ 5,740,780Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 14,682 13,558 22,058Total Transfers $ 3,738,345 $ 5,753,087 $ 5,751,963 $ 5,762,838Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (750) $ (750) $ (500)Total Expansion Projects Debt Service $ 3,748,971 $ 5,767,337 $ 5,766,213 $ 5,772,338Expansion Projects Debt Service (2810)ExpendituresExpansion Projects Debt Service $ 5,739,595 $ 5,739,905 $ 5,739,905 $ 5,742,280Contingency and Cash CWF - 27,432 26,308 30,058Total Expansion Projects Debt Service $ 5,739,595 $ 5,767,337 $ 5,766,213 $ 5,772,338E - 53


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Landfill Enterprise (4200)RevenuesPermits and FeesSolid Waste Disposal Assessment Fee $ 11,967,614 $ 11,852,544 $ 11,852,544 $ 11,887,872Total Permits and Fees $ 11,967,614 $ 11,852,544 $ 11,852,544 $ 11,887,872Charges for ServicesMarketable Recyclables $ 1,212,865 $ 1,025,000 $ 725,000 $ 775,000Operating Income - Landfill 4,643,381 4,037,600 4,437,600 4,500,000Total Charges for Services $ 5,856,246 $ 5,062,600 $ 5,162,600 $ 5,275,000Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 50,612 $ 50,000 $ 30,000 $ 50,000Interest - Tax Collector 513 500 500 500Surplus Furn/Fix/Equipment (73,572) 134,500 134,500 100,000Other Miscellaneous Revenues 48,372 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 25,925 $ 185,000 $ 165,000 $ 150,500TransfersInterfund Transfer $ - $ - $ - $-Interfund Transfer - Special Assessment 3,880,000 3,586,000 3,586,000 3,299,120Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 1,579,888 3,511,732 2,647,318Total Transfers $ 3,880,000 $ 5,165,888 $ 7,097,732 $ 5,946,438Total Landfill Enterprise $ 21,729,785 $ 22,266,032 $ 24,277,876 $ 23,259,810Landfill Enterprise (4200)ExpendituresSolid Waste Administration $ 319,522 $ 10,073,609 $ 10,073,609 $ 10,299,852Capital Costs Administration 80,873 1,043,050 1,043,050 1,036,900Covanta Contract Management 5,312,071 5,615,548 5,615,548 6,050,069Recycling 22,304 347,518 468,918 379,410Recycling Facility 455,921 - - -Collection Services 8,928,350 - - -Hazardous Waste 283,769 431,838 461,838 480,860Customer Service 212,253 - - -Intergovernmental Transfers 237,814 237,051 237,051 237,757Landfill Operations 2,272,832 3,298,791 3,166,551 2,795,956Residential Drop-Offs 551,369 - - -Yard Waste Operations 219,668 - - -Scale Services 255,512 - - -Interfund Transfers 836,262 855,032 855,032 1,260,669Contingency and Cash CWF - 363,595 2,356,279 718,337Total Landfill Enterprise $ 19,988,519 $ 22,266,032 $ 24,277,876 $ 23,259,810E - 54


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care (4220)RevenuesMiscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 28,621 $ 52,000 $ 52,000 $ 25,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 28,621 $ 52,000 $ 52,000 $ 25,000TransfersIntrafund Transfer In $ - $ - $ - $ 395,000Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 3,239,420 3,349,393 958,006Total Transfers $ - $ 3,239,420 $ 3,349,393 $ 958,006Total Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care $ 28,621 $ 3,291,420 $ 3,401,393 $ 1,378,006Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care (4220)ExpendituresUmatilla Post Closure $ 6,879 $ 17,145 $ 17,145 $ 22,000Lady Lake Post Closure 56,649 23,721 23,721 22,000Central Landfill PH I Post Closure 7,198 55,476 55,476 82,000Central Landfill PH II Closure 98,088 2,175,912 2,175,912 42,000Loghouse Post Closure 20,393 17,738 17,738 14,500C and D Landfill 1,918 11,851 11,851 10,000Phase III Ash Cell 174,546 - - 15,000Interfund Transfers 2,600 2,600 2,600 1,250Contingency and Cash CWF - 986,977 1,096,950 1,169,256Total Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care $ 368,271 $ 3,291,420 $ 3,401,393 $ 1,378,006E - 55


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Parks Capital Projects (3020)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesContributions from other Governments $ - $ - $ - $-Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ - $ - $ - $-Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 8,337 $ 3,000 $ 3,000 $ 3,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 8,337 $ 3,000 $ 3,000 $ 3,000TransfersInterfund Transfer - Infrastructure $ 350,000 $ 982,788 $ 1,382,788 $ 350,000Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 340,803 933,180 1,654,293Total Transfers $ 350,000 $ 1,323,591 $ 2,315,968 $ 2,004,293Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (150) $ (150) $ (150)Total Parks Capital Projects $ 358,337 $ 1,326,441 $ 2,318,818 $ 2,007,143Parks Capital Projects (3020)ExpendituresGeneral Parks Projects $ 420,200 $ 1,007,788 $ 2,318,818 $ 1,435,852North Lake Community Park - - - -Contingency and Cash CWF - 318,653 - 571,291Total Parks Capital Projects $ 420,200 $ 1,326,441 $ 2,318,818 $ 2,007,143E - 56


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects (3030)RevenuesMiscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 67,257 $ 55,000 $ 55,000 $ 55,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 67,257 $ 55,000 $ 55,000 $ 55,000TransfersInterfund Transfer $ 3,179,717 $ 2,556,439 $ 1,577,651 $ 722,032Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 7,576,803 7,559,477 7,983,462Total Transfers $ 3,179,717 $ 10,133,242 $ 9,137,128 $ 8,705,494Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (2,750) $ (2,750) $ (2,750)Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects $ 3,246,974 $ 10,185,492 $ 9,189,378 $ 8,757,744Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects (3030)ExpendituresCapital Projects Facilities - OT $ 1,046,599 $ 5,751,582 $ 3,957,952 $ 2,434,235Sheriff Programs - Trans 1,222,230 - - -Non-Departmental - Fund 699,994 2,159,802 1,759,802 1,759,712Interfund Transfers 3,188,652 - - -Contingency and Cash CWF - 2,274,108 3,471,624 4,563,797Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects $ 6,157,475 $ 10,185,492 $ 9,189,378 $ 8,757,744E - 57


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW (3040)RevenuesMiscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 39,099 $ 4,000 $ 4,000 $ 10,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 39,099 $ 4,000 $ 4,000 $ 10,000TransfersInterfund Transfer $ 7,926,767 $ 4,747,625 $ 4,987,035 $ 5,043,852Fund Balance - Beginning of Year - 4,964,454 4,811,804 2,769,523Total Transfers $ 7,926,767 $ 9,712,079 $ 9,798,839 $ 7,813,375Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (200) $ (200) $ (500)Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW $ 7,965,866 $ 9,715,879 $ 9,802,639 $ 7,822,875Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW (3040)ExpendituresCapital Projects - Public Works $ 5,422,941 $ 7,603,350 $ 9,802,639 $ 7,328,454Contingency and Cash CWF - 2,112,529 - 494,421Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW $ 5,422,941 $ 9,715,879 $ 9,802,639 $ 7,822,875E - 58


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Emerg Comm Ops Center (3100)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesST Domestic Preparedness $ - $ - $ 1,000,000 $-EOC Grant Program - - 800,000 -Hazard Mitigation Grant - - 1,033,878 -Local EM MGT and MIT INITI - - 780,065 -Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ - $ - $ 3,613,943 $-TransfersInterfund Transfer $ - $ - $ 1,110,209 $ 3,382,889Fund Balance- Beginning of Year - - - 2,584,462Total Transfers $ - $ - $ 1,110,209 $ 5,967,351Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ - $ - $-Total Emerg Comm Ops Center $ - $ - $ 4,724,152 $ 5,967,351Emerg Comm Ops Center (3100)ExpendituresCapital Projects - Public Works $ - $ - $ 4,724,152 $ 3,382,889Contingency and Cash CWF - - - 2,584,462Total Emerg Comm Ops Center $ - $ - $ 4,724,152 $ 5,967,351E - 59


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Public Lands Capital Program (3710)RevenuesMiscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 31,615 $ 10,000 $ 10,000 $ 5,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 31,615 $ 10,000 $ 10,000 $ 5,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 3,821,082 $ 3,640,118 $ 2,989,014Total Transfers $ - $ 3,821,082 $ 3,640,118 $ 2,989,014Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (500) $ (500) $ (250)Total Public Lands Capital Program $ 31,615 $ 3,830,582 $ 3,649,618 $ 2,993,764Public Lands Capital Program (3710)ExpendituresPublic Lands Capital Program $ 239,611 $ 3,577,263 $ 3,649,618 $ 2,788,351Contingency and Cash CWF - 253,319 - 205,413Total Public Lands Capital Program $ 239,611 $ 3,830,582 $ 3,649,618 $ 2,993,764E - 60


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Facilities Expansion Capital (3810)RevenuesMiscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 435,801 $ 396,000 $ 396,000 $ 200,000Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 435,801 $ 396,000 $ 396,000 $ 200,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 29,626,798 $ 22,197,160 $ 15,323,244Total Transfers $ - $ 29,626,798 $ 22,197,160 $ 15,323,244Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (19,800) $ (19,800) $ (10,000)Total Facilities Expansion Capital $ 435,801 $ 30,002,998 $ 22,573,360 $ 15,513,244Facilities Expansion Capital (3810)ExpendituresFacilities Expansion Capital $ 19,409,073 $ 4,205,915 $ 22,573,360 $ 5,454,693Contingency and Cash CWF - 25,797,083 - 10,058,551Total Facilities Expansion Capital $ 19,409,073 $ 30,002,998 $ 22,573,360 $ 15,513,244E - 61


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Property and Casualty (5200)RevenuesCharges for ServicesInsurance Contributions - Clerk Work Comp $ 25,551 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 $ 30,000Insurance Contributions - Tax Collector - Comp 6,223 7,000 7,000 7,000Insurance Contributions - Property Appraiser- Comp 18,056 20,000 20,000 20,000Insurance Contributions - Liability 662,228 309,076 309,076 1,318,992Insurance Contributions - Workers Comp 937,478 1,075,000 1,075,000 1,075,000Total Charges for Services $ 1,649,536 $ 1,441,076 $ 1,441,076 $ 2,450,992Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 48,411 $ 40,000 $ 40,000 $ 40,000Reimbursements 800 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 49,211 $ 40,000 $ 40,000 $ 40,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 3,898,259 $ 3,532,262 $ 2,403,292Total Transfers $ - $ 3,898,259 $ 3,532,262 $ 2,403,292Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (2,000) $ (2,000) $ (2,000)Total Property and Casualty $ 1,698,746 $ 5,377,335 $ 5,011,338 $ 4,892,284Property and Casualty (5200)ExpendituresComprehensive $ 2,791,327 $ 2,765,000 $ 2,765,000 $ 2,781,800Interfund Transfers 130,128 130,646 130,646 137,455Contingency and Cash CWF - 2,481,689 2,115,692 1,973,029Total Property and Casualty $ 2,921,455 $ 5,377,335 $ 5,011,338 $ 4,892,284E - 62


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Employee Group Benefits (5300)RevenuesIntergovernmental RevenuesCobra Assistance $ 21,844 $ - $ - $-Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 21,844 $ - $ - $-Charges for ServicesInsurance Contributions Employer - BCC $ 5,104,750 $ 4,031,964 $ 4,031,964 $ 5,085,300Insurance Contributions Employer - Prop App 254,375 203,500 203,500 248,400Property Appraiser - Dependent 77,964 74,000 74,000 74,000Insurance Contributions Employer - LCWA 103,235 82,500 82,500 103,500Lake County Water Authority - Dependents 24,941 23,000 23,000 23,000Employee Dependents 1,264,714 1,238,100 1,238,100 1,238,100Non-Active Employees - Retirees 208,720 120,000 120,000 200,000Non-Active - Cobra 109,248 60,000 60,000 80,000Insurance Contributions Employer - MPO 49,000 38,500 38,500 48,300Insurance Contributions Employer - Sup/Elect 91,000 71,500 71,500 89,700Insurance Contributions Employer 1,925,470 1,443,000 1,443,000 1,262,700Insurance Contributions Employee 464,012 345,150 345,150 345,150Insurance Contributions Employer - T 499,709 368,500 368,500 462,300Tax Collector - Dependent 116,412 110,000 110,000 110,000Insurance Contributions Employer - 1,188,000 1,188,000 1,435,200Clerk of Courts - Dependent - 354,891 354,891 354,891Total Charges for Services $ 10,293,549 $ 9,752,605 $ 9,752,605 $ 11,160,541Miscellaneous RevenuesInterest Incl Profit on Invest $ 96,550 $ 66,000 $ 66,000 $ 66,000Other Miscellaneous Revenue 52,892 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 149,441 $ 66,000 $ 66,000 $ 66,000TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 10,640,589 $ 9,830,730 $ 7,406,890Total Transfers $ - $ 10,640,589 $ 9,830,730 $ 7,406,890Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ (3,300) $ (3,300) $ (3,300)Total Employee Group Benefits $ 10,464,834 $ 20,455,894 $ 19,646,035 $ 18,630,131Employee Group Benefits (5300)ExpendituresEmployee Group Benefits $ 9,761,075 $ 12,444,741 $ 12,444,741 $ 13,308,950Interfund Transfers 149,208 148,919 148,919 156,523Contingency and Cash CWF - 7,862,234 7,052,375 5,164,658Total Employee Group Benefits $ 9,910,283 $ 20,455,894 $ 19,646,035 $ 18,630,131E - 63


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Fleet Management (5400)RevenuesCharges for ServicesFuel/Oil $ 1,223,323 $ 1,706,800 $ 1,706,800 $ 1,456,875Parts 737,047 1,700,850 1,700,850 1,676,699Labor 706,032 1,046,987 1,046,987 1,013,923Tag/Titles 1,802 4,000 4,000 3,000Loaner Vehicles - 50 50 50Fuel Surcharge 47,698 30,160 30,160 28,850Total Charges for Services $ 2,715,902 $ 4,488,847 $ 4,488,847 $ 4,179,397Miscellaneous RevenuesSurplus Furn/Fix/Equip $ 4,458 $ - $ - $-Scrap Sales 5,078 - - -Other Miscellaneous Revenue 267 - - -Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 9,803 $ - $ - $-TransfersFund Balance - Beginning of Year $ - $ 154,928 $ 208,846 $ 222,215Total Transfers $ - $ 154,928 $ 208,846 $ 222,215Less 5% Estimated Receipt $ - $ - $ - $-Total Fleet Management $ 2,725,705 $ 4,643,775 $ 4,697,693 $ 4,401,612Fleet Management (5400)ExpendituresFleet Management $ 2,648,534 $ 4,444,647 $ 4,466,666 $ 4,163,284Contingency and Cash CWF - 199,128 231,027 238,328Total Fleet Management $ 2,648,534 $ 4,643,775 $ 4,697,693 $ 4,401,612E - 64


Budget by FundFY 2013Actual Adopted Revised BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Administrative Services (5500)RevenuesCharges for ServicesPostage Services $ 194,793 $ - $ - $-Cell Phone Chargeback 114,120 - - -Reprographic Services 319,756 - - -Charges - Outside Sources 3,305 - - -Total Charges for Services $ 631,974 $ - $ - $-Total Administrative Services $ 631,974 $ - $ - $-Administrative Services (5500)ExpendituresDocument Services $ 324,214 $ - $ - $-Non - Departmental 307,760 - - -Contingency and Cash CWF - - - -Total Administrative Services $ 631,974 $ - $ - $-Total Revenues for All Funds $ 265,084,786 $ 420,320,269 $ 429,327,639 $ 379,822,392Total Expenditures for All Funds $ 300,584,097 $ 420,320,269 $ 429,327,639 $ 379,822,392E - 65


TABLE OF CONTENTSTable of Contents .............................................................................................................. F - 1Operating Budget by DepartmentCommunity Services ............................................................................................. F - 5Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F - 6Department Description, Goals and Objectives………………………………. F - 7Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 9Administration .................................................................................................. F - 10Health and Human Services .............................................................................. F - 11Housing Services .............................................................................................. F - 12Public Transportation ........................................................................................ F - 13Performance Measurements .............................................................................. F - 14Capital Outlay ................................................................................................... F - 17Conservation and Compliance............................................................................. F - 19Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F - 20Department Description, Goals and Objectives……………………………… F - 21Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 23Administration .................................................................................................. F - 24Animal Services ................................................................................................ F - 25Code Enforcement Services .............................................................................. F - 26Home Heating Oil Recovery ............................................................................ F - 27Probation Services ............................................................................................ F - 28Storage Tanks ................................................................................................... F - 29Performance Measurements .............................................................................. F - 30County Attorney ................................................................................................... F - 33Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F - 34Department Description………………………………. ................................... F - 35Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 36County Attorney ............................................................................................... F - 37Property Management ....................................................................................... F - 38County Manager ................................................................................................... F - 39Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F - 40Department Description, Goals and Objectives………………………………. F - 41Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 44County Manager ............................................................................................... F - 45Budget ............................................................................................................... F - 46Procurement Services ....................................................................................... F - 47Information Outreach ........................................................................................ F - 48Economic Development and Tourism .............................................................. F - 49Performance Measurements .............................................................................. F - 51F - 1


F. Operating Budget by Department (continued)TABLE OF CONTENTSFacilities Development and Management .......................................................... F - 55Organization Chart ........................................................................................... F - 56Department Description, Goals and Objectives……………………………… F - 57Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 59Administration ................................................................................................. F - 60Facilities Maintenance ..................................................................................... F - 61Jail and Sheriff Facilities Maintenance ............................................................ F - 62Energy Management ........................................................................................ F - 63Performance Measurements ............................................................................. F - 64Capital Outlay .................................................................................................. F - 65Growth Management ........................................................................................... F - 67Organization Chart ........................................................................................... F - 68Department Description, Goals and Objectives……………………………… F - 69Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 72Administration ................................................................................................. F - 73Building Services ............................................................................................. F - 74Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant.................................................. F - 75Planning and Community Design .................................................................... F - 76Performance Measurements ............................................................................. F - 77Human Resources ................................................................................................ F - 79Organization Chart ........................................................................................... F - 80Department Description, Goals and Objectives………………………………. F - 81Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 83Human Resources............................................................................................. F - 84Performance Measurements ............................................................................. F - 85Information Technology ...................................................................................... F - 87Organization Chart ........................................................................................... F - 88Department Description, Goals and Objectives………………………………. F - 89Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F - 92Administration ................................................................................................. F - 93County Technology .......................................................................................... F - 94Geographic Information Services .................................................................... F - 95Information Systems ........................................................................................ F - 96Programming and Application Support Services ............................................. F - 97Records Management ....................................................................................... F - 98Telecommunications ........................................................................................ F - 99Performance Measurements ............................................................................. F- 100F - 2


F. Operating Budget by Department (continued)TABLE OF CONTENTSLegislative .............................................................................................................. F- 103Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F- 104Department Description………………………………. ................................... F- 105Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F- 106Board of County Commissioners ...................................................................... F- 107Public Resources ................................................................................................... F- 109Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F- 110Department Description, Goals and Objectives……………………………… F- 111Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F- 115Administration .................................................................................................. F- 116Agricultural Education Services ....................................................................... F- 117Library Services ................................................................................................ F- 118Parks and Trails ................................................................................................ F- 119Performance Measurements .............................................................................. F- 121Capital Outlay ................................................................................................... F- 122Public Safety .......................................................................................................... F- 123Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F- 124Department Description, Goals and Objectives………………………………. F- 125Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F- 127Administration .................................................................................................. F- 128Communications Technologies ........................................................................ F- 129Emergency Management .................................................................................. F- 131Fire Rescue ....................................................................................................... F- 132Performance Measurements .............................................................................. F- 134Capital Outlay ................................................................................................... F- 135Public Works ......................................................................................................... F- 137Organization Chart ............................................................................................ F- 138Department Description, Goals and Objectives………………………………. F- 139Departmental Summary………………………………………………………. F- 143Administrative Operations ................................................................................ F- 145Engineering Operations .................................................................................... F- 146Environmental Services .................................................................................... F- 147Road Operations ............................................................................................... F- 149Capital Improvement ........................................................................................ F- 150Covanta ............................................................................................................. F- 152Solid Waste ....................................................................................................... F- 153Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care ..................................................... F- 154Performance Measurements .............................................................................. F- 155Capital Outlay ................................................................................................... F- 158F - 3


F. Operating Budget by Department (continued)Constitutional Offices and Judicial SupportTABLE OF CONTENTSConstitutional Offices .......................................................................................... F- 159Organization Chart ........................................................................................... F- 160Summary .......................................................................................................... F- 161Clerk of Courts ................................................................................................. F- 162Property Appraiser ........................................................................................... F- 164Sheriff ............................................................................................................... F- 165Supervisor of Elections .................................................................................... F- 167Tax Collector .................................................................................................... F- 168Judicial Support ................................................................................................... F- 169Organization Chart ........................................................................................... F- 169Summary .......................................................................................................... F- 170Circuit Judges ................................................................................................... F- 171Guardian Ad Litem .......................................................................................... F- 172Juvenile Justice................................................................................................. F- 173Legal Aid .......................................................................................................... F- 174Public Defender ................................................................................................ F- 175State Attorney................................................................................................... F- 176Capital Outlay .................................................................................................. F- 177Other Operating BudgetsDebt Service .......................................................................................................... F- 179Schedule of Debt Service Requirements .......................................................... F- 181Non-Departmental................................................................................................ F- 183Summary .......................................................................................................... F- 183General Fund Non-Departmental ..................................................................... F- 184Expenditure Detail ........................................................................................... F- 185Infrastructure Sales Tax Non-Departmental .................................................... F- 186Lake County Ambulance.................................................................................. F- 187Special Assessments ........................................................................................ F- 189F - 4


CommunityServices


Community Services - Organization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERDeputy County ManagerCommunity Services Director(22)Office Associate VFinancial CoordinatorAccounting TechnicianPUBLIC TRANSPORTATIONDIVISION (4)HEALTH AND HUMANSERVICES DIVISION (6)HOUSING SERVICES DIVISION(8)Public TransportationDivision ManagerHealth and Human ServicesDivision ManagerHousing Services Division ManagerFixed RouteCoordinatorVeterans Service OfficerCommunity Health WorkerSpecialistProgram SupervisorProgram AssociateTransportationRepresentativeAssistant VeteransService OfficerOffice Associate IIIOffice Associate IIIChildren's and ElderServices SpecialistOffice Associate IVCommunity DevelopmentSpecialistLegend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [11]Section 8 [2]CDBG* [3]Section 8 - 85%, CDBG* 10%, AH** 5% [1]CDBG* 65%, Section 8 - 20%, AH** 15% [1]CDBG* 40%, Section 8 - 30%, AH** 30% [1]CDBG* 35%, Public Transportation 30%,Section 8 - 15%, AH** 10%, General Fund 10% [1]CDBG* 90%, Section 8 - 10% [1]Public Transportation 65%, CDBG* 10%,General Fund 10%, AH** 10%, Section 8 - 5% [1]*CDBG - Community Development Block Grant**AH - Affordable Housing Assistance TrustCDBG (3)Program SupervisorProgram AssociateProgram AssociateAdvisory Committees:Substance Abuse Policy Advisory BoardHousing Services:Lake County Affordable Housing Advisory CommitteeHealth and Human Services:Human Services Grant Advisory CommitteeElder Affairs Coordinating CouncilLake County Children's Services CouncilProposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 6


Community ServicesMission Statement:To connect residents with resources for the provision of safe and affordable housing, public transportation, healthcare andother life-sustaining services.Program Descriptions:• The Administration Division provides support to three divisions in the Lake County organizational structure: HousingServices, Public Transportation, and Health and Human Services. Administration also provides contract management andincorporates many necessary community-based services that provide for the social, health and mental health needs ofcitizens.• The Health and Human Services Division is an umbrella for a host of programs, which provides for the many social,health, safety and human-services needs for Lake County citizens. The Children andElder Services section provides information, referral and resource assistance tofamilies, individuals, seniors and caregivers. Additionally, this section prepares andmanages the Children’s Services and Health and Human Services grant program. TheVeterans’ Services section provides information and services for veterans and theirfamilies in accordance with the U.S. Department of Veterans’ Affairs. TheCommunity Health Worker Program serves as a navigator for the uninsured andunderinsured residents of Lake County to assist with identifying health care coverageand services.• The Housing Services Division provides an integrated system of services, resources and opportunities to help LakeCounty citizens improve their lives. Services include Home Ownership Assistance, Home Repair Assistance,Community Development and Infrastructure Projects, Neighborhood Revitalization, and Rental Assistance.• The Public Transportation Division operates a full brokerage system that contracts with MV Transportation as theprimary provider. MV operates the County's fixed routes, ADA complimentaryservice and the Para transit service for the Transportation Disadvantaged Program.Under the Transportation Disadvantaged Program, trips are prioritized based onmedical, nutritional, employment and educational categories. Due to an increase inmaintenance costs, escalating fuel costs, and cuts from our funding partners it will benecessary to limit trips to medical and nutritional for Fiscal Year 2013.Department Goals and Objectives:Lake County is a High Performance Organization:• The Public Transportation Division will take the lead in implementing a Travel Training Program to teach students aswell as adults on how to use LakeXpress. Through this program, travel ambassadors will be recruited and trained eitherone-on-one or in small groups. Teaching aids and handouts will equip the travel ambassadors with the materialsnecessary to instruct others on the use of public transportation.Lake County is a Leader in Multi-jurisdictional Cooperation:• Lake County Public Transportation is leading an effort with the Community Transportation Coordinators in Sumter andMarion counties to coordinate weekly out-of-county trips to Gainesville for medical purposes. Through this cooperativeeffort the participating agencies can eliminate duplication of services, reduce costs and provide for a regional approach toPara transit services.F - 7


Community ServicesLake County Offers a Quality, Reliable Transportation Network in a Multi-modal System:• Lake County provides fixed route bus services (LakeXpress) that operate Mondaythrough Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. LakeXpress serves the urbanized areas ofthe County consisting of: the Villages, Lady Lake, Fruitland Park, Leesburg,Tavares, Eustis, Altoona, Umatilla and Mount Dora and portions of Orange Countyincluding the communities of Tangerine and Zellwood. LakeXpress will provideover 260,000 passenger trips during Fiscal Year 2012. The Public TransportationDivision coordinates with the Fleet Management Division to ensure ongoingprofessional maintenance services, which is vital to operations.Social Services are Provided to Those in Need Throughout the Entire County:• Through increased community development activities, the Housing Services Division will sustain and improve suitableliving environments for residents through Urban County and Community Partnerships. The Department will achieve thisgoal in 2013 by completing a minimum of four community development activities.• The Housing Services Division will continue to work to improve the condition of housing as well as provideopportunities for affordable rental and homeownership needs to help overcome the cost burden to low and moderateincome residents of Lake County. This goal will be accomplished by offering housing subsidies to a minimum of 400families monthly, and providing at least 25 homeownership opportunities through the Neighborhood StabilizationProgram.• The Health and Human Services Division will meet the social service needs in the community through annual grantfunding to non-profit agencies through the Children’s Services Council. It is anticipated that at least eleven contractualagreements are to be executed with not-for-profit agencies providing educational, health care, counseling and physicalactivity, and respite care to 3,791 at-risk children and their families.• Grant funding is provided to non-profit agencies through the Health and Human Services Division. In 2013, at leastseven contractual agreements with not-for-profit agencies will provide food, rental assistance and utility assistance to2,583 individuals and families.• Through the Health and Human Services Community Healthcare Program one-on-one assistance will be provided to 310residents who are in need of health insurance coverage for their children, food stamps, Medicaid, medical savingsprograms, and general health and social service information and referral.F - 8


Community ServicesExpenditures by Division/ProgramActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Administration $ 260,205 $ 290,284 $ 257,202 $ 253,019Health and Human Services 6,470,469 6,178,149 5,432,341 3,546,042Housing Services 6,495,533 12,073,962 6,577,842 10,787,126Public Transportation 6,662,697 9,478,145 7,198,945 9,052,553Total Expenditures $ 19,888,904 $ 28,020,540 $ 19,466,330 $ 23,638,740Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 1,322,522 $ 1,358,459 $ 1,335,917 $ 1,412,385Operating 10,510,618 10,824,123 8,747,447 8,201,980Capital Outlay 529,630 1,345,417 1,897,013 1,050,722Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 12,362,770 $ 13,527,999 $ 11,980,377 $ 10,665,087Capital Improvements 176,789 896,607 420,960 694,265Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 7,349,345 11,638,022 7,064,993 9,604,545Transfers - - - -Reserves - 1,957,912 - 2,674,843Total Operating Expenditures $ 19,888,904 $ 28,020,540 $ 19,466,330 $ 23,638,740Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 19,888,904 $ 28,020,540 $ 19,466,330 $ 23,638,740Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 6,321,276 $ 5,777,244 $ 5,405,560 $ 3,246,293Affordable Housing Assistance Trust 1,925,152 1,441,768 1,226,785 1,041,717Community Development Block Grant 1,290,260 6,258,709 2,209,768 5,818,611Public Transportation 6,662,697 9,478,145 7,198,945 9,052,553Section 8 3,280,121 4,373,485 3,141,289 3,926,798Federal/State Grants 23,565 18,613 3,176 10,266Restricted Local Programs 385,833 672,576 280,807 542,502Total Expenditures $ 19,888,904 $ 28,020,540 $ 19,466,330 $ 23,638,740Number of Full Time Positions 23.0 23.0 22.0 22.0Number of Part Time Positions 1 1 1 1Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 23.5 23.5 22.5 22.5F - 9


Department: Community ServicesProgram: AdministrationActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 218,125 $ 239,518 $ 204,436 $ 200,115Operating 42,080 50,766 52,766 52,904Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 260,205 $ 290,284 $ 257,202 $ 253,019Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 260,205 $ 290,284 $ 257,202 $ 253,019Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 260,205 $ 290,284 $ 257,202 $ 253,019Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 260,205 $ 290,284 $ 257,202 $ 253,019Total Expenditures $ 260,205 $ 290,284 $ 257,202 $ 253,019Number of Full Time Positions 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. The salary and benefits for two positions was reallocated in Fiscal Year 2013, andfunding for an Office Associate IV position was moved to the Health and Human Services Division.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes the cost of travel, per diem, and conference fees associated with requiredtraining. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all Countydepartments.F - 10


Department: Community ServicesDivision: Health and Human ServicesExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 306,727 $ 282,704 $ 316,355 $ 325,811Operating 4,493,777 4,079,714 2,686,233 1,537,747Capital Outlay - - 1,004,505 -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 4,800,504 $ 4,362,418 $ 4,007,093 $ 1,863,558Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 1,669,965 1,815,731 1,425,248 1,682,484Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 6,470,469 $ 6,178,149 $ 5,432,341 $ 3,546,042Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 6,470,469 $ 6,178,149 $ 5,432,341 $ 3,546,042Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 6,061,071 $ 5,486,960 $ 5,148,358 $ 2,993,274Federal/State Grants 23,565 18,613 3,176 10,266Restricted Local Programs 385,833 672,576 280,807 542,502Total Expenditures $ 6,470,469 $ 6,178,149 $ 5,432,341 $ 3,546,042Number of Full Time Positions 7.0 7.0 6.0 6.0Number of Part Time Positions 1 1 1 1Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 7.5 7.5 6.5 6.5Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. The salary and benefits for an Office Associate IV position was transferred from theCommunity Services Administration Division. In addition, a limited-term Program Specialist position was deleted in Fiscal Year2013. This position was fully funded by the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG), which was fullyexpended in FY 2012. The EECBG funding for this position was budgeted in the Growth Management Department.Grants and Aids for Fiscal Year 2013 includes:Dori Slosberg Behind the Wheel DriverEducation Safety Program $ 492,040Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Trust Fund 46,946LifeStream Behavioral Center 873,987Human Services 47,500We Care 71,250Children's Services 150,761$ 1,682,484Actual Adopted Estimated BudgetOperating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes administration and funding for several state mandated programs: $600,000 isbudgeted for indigent Lake County citizens that qualify for medical coverage under the Health Care Responsibiltiy Act (HCRA);the Lake County Health Department budget is $756,068; Pauper Burials are budgeted at $73,416; the Tax Hardship Program is$42,750; and $35,000 is budgeted for forensic interviews for abused children. Funding used to support an administrative positionfor the Prescription Program was eliminated for a savings of $66,500. Due to changes in Medicaid billing, $2,652,500 wasremoved from the Health and Human Services Division's operating budget. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased riskinsurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.F - 11


Department: Community ServicesDivision: Housing ServicesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 475,481 $ 514,651 $ 496,052 $ 553,549Operating 211,796 529,290 160,304 400,729Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 687,277 $ 1,043,941 $ 656,356 $ 954,278Capital Improvements 128,876 357,769 281,741 -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 5,679,380 9,822,291 5,639,745 7,922,061Transfers - - - -Reserves - 849,961 - 1,910,787Total Operating Expenditures $ 6,495,533 $ 12,073,962 $ 6,577,842 $ 10,787,126Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 6,495,533 $ 12,073,962 $ 6,577,842 $ 10,787,126Expenditures by FundAffordable Housing Assistance Trust $ 1,925,152 $ 1,441,768 $ 1,226,785 $ 1,041,717Community Development Block Grant 1,290,260 6,258,709 2,209,768 5,818,611Section 8 3,280,121 4,373,485 3,141,289 3,926,798Total Expenditures $ 6,495,533 $ 12,073,962 $ 6,577,842 $ 10,787,126Number of Full Time Positions 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. In addition, the salary and benefits for several positions were reallocated to adhere totime management guidelines for grant programs.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes a reduction in other current charges and obligations, which is generally usedfor grant administration purposes. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100percent for all County departments.Grants and Aids for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $2,779,627 for the Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 (NSP3). The initialgrant totaling $3,199,585 was awarded to Lake County in Fiscal Year 2011 by the U.S. Housing and Urban Development. Theprimary focus of the NSP3 program funding is for acquisition and rehabilitation of foreclosed properties within Lake County.Acquired properties will be reconstructed to sell to eligible homebuyers. Fiscal Year 2013 Grants and Aids also includesCommunity Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding for Urban County Partners at $87,500; Community Projects for$458,895, Housing Rehabilitation at $100,000; and Section 8 housing assistance payments totaling $3,454,407. There is $470,925in State Housing Initiative Program (SHIP) funding that will be utilized in Fiscal Year 2013. Also included for Fiscal Year 2013is carry-forward funding in the amount of $52,500 for Urban County Partners; $460,068 for Community Projects, and $24,418for Housing Rehabilitation. Additionally, there is $33,721 budgeted for future Community Projects.Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 include $142,895 available for Section 8 program administration, and $1,767,892 in purchaseorder carry-forwards.F - 12


Department: Community ServicesDivision: Public TransportationActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 322,189 $ 321,586 $ 319,074 $ 332,910Operating 5,762,965 6,164,353 5,848,144 6,210,600Capital Outlay 529,630 1,345,417 892,508 1,050,722Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 6,614,784 $ 7,831,356 $ 7,059,726 $ 7,594,232Capital Improvements 47,913 538,838 139,219 694,265Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 1,107,951 - 764,056Total Operating Expenditures $ 6,662,697 $ 9,478,145 $ 7,198,945 $ 9,052,553Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 6,662,697 $ 9,478,145 $ 7,198,945 $ 9,052,553Expenditures by FundPublic Transportation $ 6,662,697 $ 9,478,145 $ 7,198,945 $ 9,052,553Total Expenditures $ 6,662,697 $ 9,478,145 $ 7,198,945 $ 9,052,553Number of Full Time Positions 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 include an overall reduction of 1.3 percent or $80,709. Para transit trips decreased by$160,650. MV operates the County’s Para transit service for the Transportation Disadvantaged Program. Under this program,trips are prioritized based on medical, nutritional, employment, and educational categories. Due to increased maintenance costs,rising fuel costs, and cuts from funding partners, it will be necessary to limit Para transit trips to medical and nutritional forFiscal Year 2013. Motor Fuel increased $26,450. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25percent to 100 percent for all County departments.Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 includes FTA 5307 grant carry-forward funding for a mobile lifting station at $40,000,security cameras at $78,345, and a vehicle locator system for $164,256. The balance of American Recovery and ReinvestmentAct (ARRA) funding, $53,131, has been rebudgeted in Fiscal Year 2013 for a vehicle locator system. New funding for FiscalYear 2013 includes one Shirley Conroy grant funded Para transit vehicle for $73,000, six FDOT 5310 grant funded Para transitvehicles at $438,000, a FTA 5307 grant funded vehicle locator system for $168,990, and a bus wash for $35,000.Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 includes FTA 5307 grant carry-forward funding for a transfer station and bus stopstotaling $167,657, transit facility improvements at $128,882, shelters for $87,906, and bus stops for $51,698. Additionally, thereis $19,038 in ARRA funding rebudgeted in Fiscal Year 2013 for shelters. New FTA 5307 grant funding for Fiscal Year 2013includes shelters at $80,000 and bus stops for $56,000.Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 includes a balance of $230,000 available for Transportation operations, and $534,056 in purchaseorder carry-forwards.Other for Fiscal Year 2013 includes the General Fund subsidy for Public Transportation, which increased $713,041. This impactis due to a decrease in funding from programs such as Medicaid, increases in fuel and maintenance costs, and a contractual costof living adjustment for MV Transportation. The total interfund transfer for Fiscal Year 2013 is $1,406,281.F - 13


Community ServicesKey ObjectivesHealth and Human Services/AdministrationContract managementHealth Care Responsibility Act (HCRA)Indigent cremation/burial programSolid Waste and Fire Assessment hardship programHealth and Human Services/Children and Elder ServicesProvide education, resources and dissemination of information to Lake County citizens and agenciesDirect information and referralMonthly meetings/eventsAnnual Christmas driveHealth and Human Services/Community Health Worker ProgramAssist the uninsured and under insured with resourcesAssist individuals one-on-one with application assistanceOutreach and educational trainingHousing Division/Community DevelopmentImprove annual reporting performanceIncrease access to basic needs for low to moderate income personsImprove quality of life for low to moderate income personsHousing Division/Section 8Improve annual reporting performanceIncrease access to basic needs for low to moderate income personsImprove quality of life for low to moderate income personsHousing Division/SHIP-NSP3Improve annual reporting performanceIncrease quality of livingImprove housing options to low/moderate income familiesStabilize low/moderate income neighborhoodsPublic TransportationPromote ridership on LakeXpressImplement Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) technology in FleetProvide passenfer shelters and bus stopsPerformance MeasuresHealth and Human Services/AdministrationPerformance MeasurementsChildren's Services Council and Health and Human Services Grants award and administrationActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Contracts managed 7 9 7Eligible HCRA participants 310 350 375Cremation/burial eligibility 100 125 150F - 14


Community ServicesPerformance MeasurementsPerformance MeasuresHealth and Human Services/Administration (con't)Actual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Tax Hardship assistance eligibility 177 190 200Health and Human Services/Children & Elder ServicesResource directories 1,074 1,500 2,000Informational email/requests 1,296 1,400 1,500Citizens phone calls seeking assistance 5,209 5,750 6,250Monthly board meetings/other meetings 74 75 97Children's Services Council and Health and Human Services Grantsawarded16 18 20Children served during annual Christmas drive 44 53 65Health and Human Services/Community Health Worker PrgmInformation and referrals provided to uninsured and under insured 6,623 2,000 2,000One-on-one health related application assistance 311 100 100Health related training, outreach and fairs attended 23 20 20Housing Division/Community DevelopmentOpen projects to be completed 2 2 0Access to housing repair 7 20 25Improvement activities for neighborhood and infrastructure projects 6 6 3Home closings for major rehabilitation/replacement 37 12 0Reporting through utilization of new HUD Consolidated PlanReporting and Mapping tool8 17 16Housing Division/Section 8Access to quality affordable housing 525 525 525Quarterly landlord tenant meetings. 0 4 4Reporting of housing activities to HUD 13 13 13Housing Division/SHIP-NSP3Annual and quarterly reporting 7 6 6Access to rental housing for low to moderate income persons 2 17 17F - 15


Community ServicesPerformance MeasurementsPerformance MeasuresActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Housing Division/SHIP-NSP3 (con't)Stabilize neighborhoods through acquisition, and rehabilitation ofhomes for resale10 17 12Public TransportationPassenger trips on LakeXpress 257,721 265,452 273,415ITS equipment installed in vehicles 0 15 20Bus shelters installed 1 18 4F - 16


Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalPUBLIC TRANSPORTATION (1210)Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Community ServicesTransportation Disadvantaged CapitalMobile Lifting Station - FTA 2009 Allocation 2027220 $ 40,000 $ - $ 40,000Security Cameras FTA 5307 - Rebudget 2009 funds 2027220 78,345 - 78,345(6) Para transit Vehicles FDOT 5310 Grant funded 2027220 - 438,000 438,000(1) Para transit Vehicle - Shirley Conroy Capital Grant 2027220 - 73,000 73,000Vehicle Locator System - FTA 5307 Grant funded 2027220 168,990 - 168,990Vehicle Locator System FTA 5307 - 2011 Rebudget 2027220 164,256 - 164,256Vehicle Locator System ARRA Grant - 2010 Rebudget 2027220 53,131 - 53,131Bus Wash - FTA 5307 Grant funded 2027220 35,000 - 35,000Total Public Transportation $ 539,722 $ 511,000 $ 1,050,722TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 539,722 $ 511,000 $ 1,050,722F - 17


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Conservationand Compliance


Conservation and ComplianceOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERDeputy County ManagerConservation and Compliance Director(51)ANIMAL SERVICESDIVISION(26)PROBATIONSERVICES DIVISION(13)CODE ENFORCEMENTSERVICES DIVISION(11)Animal ServicesDivision ManagerChief ProbationOfficerCode EnforcementDivision ManagerAnimal ControlOfficer (10)Probation Services(9)Teen Court (3)EnvironmentalSpecialistDispatch Officer (2)Animal ShelterTechnician II (2)Probation Specialist(2)Probation Officer(5)Teen CourtSpecialistTeen CourtCounselorCode EnforcementSupervisor (2)Compliance andMonitoring AssociateAnimal ShelterTechnician I (10)Office Associate II(2)Program AssociateCode EnforcementOfficer (4)Office Associate IIIPublic HearingAssociateLegend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [49]Restricted Local Programs Fund [2]Advisory Committee:Probation Services: Public Safety Coordinating CouncilOffice Associate IIIProposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 20


Conservation and ComplianceMission Statement:To guarantee the fair and equitable enforcement of the Lake County Land Development Regulations, the Animal ControlOrdinance and other elements of the Lake County Code for the citizens of Lake County; act as an adjunct to the JudicialSystem and law enforcement by providing supervision and oversight of individuals sentenced to probation for misdemeanoroffenses; act as the County’s liaison on water-related issues to ensure future accessibility of this essential resource to currentand future generations; and to enforce any violations in order to protect property rights and value, and to ensure the healthand safety of its citizens that they may maintain a higher quality of life.Program Descriptions:• The Code Enforcement Services Division guarantees fair and equitable enforcement of Lake County LandDevelopment Regulations to all citizens of Lake County. This protects property rights and value, ensures health andsafety, and encourages citizens to see and maintain a higher quality of life.• The Probation Services Division provides supervision to offenders placed on probation and Pre-trial Intervention forcriminal traffic and misdemeanor offenses and ensures their compliance with Court-ordered sanctions in accordance withChapter 948 of Florida Statutes. The Division helps promote a crime free lifestyle by requiring offenders to be employed,perform community service, make restitution, attend counseling and remain substance free as appropriate.The Probation Division also provides the following services: Teen Court andWork In Lieu of Arrest (WILA) Diversion Programs for juveniles identifiedby the Juvenile Court, Department of Juvenile Justice, and Office of the StateAttorney, Electronically monitored house arrest supervision of sentencedmisdemeanor offenders identified by the Courts and Office of the StateAttorney as an alternative to incarceration, Placement and monitoring ofmisdemeanor offenders sentenced to perform community service throughnonprofit community agencies, Enforcement of restitution orders requiring offenders to pay victimsfor losses as directed by the court, Vehicle Immobilization enforcement services for offendersconvicted of Driving Under the Influence of drugs or alcohol.• The Animal Services Division provides for public safety and animal welfare, and enforces local ordinances and statestatutes. The Division promotes responsible pet ownership, helps reunite lost pets with their families and helps peopleselect a new furry friend. Animal Services is the countywide receiving facility for housing thousands of strays, animalsin quarantine and unwanted domestic animals as well as providing full service to all unincorporated areas and twelvemunicipalities within Lake County. The Division’s shelter operations had more than 36,000visitors to the facility and the staff cared for over 18,000 animals. Dispatchers fielded morethan 44,000 telephone inquiries from the public and local law enforcement. Each AnimalControl Officer served 17,790 households in our County and traveled hundreds of miles perweek. The Animal Services Division is committed to providing a safe community andquality service to the citizens of Lake County.Department Goals and Objectives:Lake County is a High Performance Organization:• The Animal Services Division is working to improve its pet licensing program through the addition of a new web-basedprogram for veterinarians to log rabies vaccinations through the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) website andfield operations enforcement. An increase of $78,000 in additional revenue to support the operational budget is expected.The Divisions’ recycled pet product program, with its continued support from private donors and the BCC to offset theexpenses for the spay/neuter clinic, expects to receive $8,980 in donations from recycled pet products. The AnimalServices Division will continue to work on its animal shelter volunteer program, which currently has 21 active members.With the addition of promotional signage in all of the County’s departments and divisions, an increase in media stories,F - 21


Conservation and ComplianceBCC news releases, and Lake Sumter Community College public television spots, it is anticipated that a strongervolunteer program to help care for the overwhelming amount of animals arriving at the shelter will be accomplished.• The Code Enforcement Division will continue to provide excellent customer service by responding to new complaints inless than two days whenever possible. With existing staff levels and funding the Division will remain on a complaintdriven program throughout the year.Lake County is a Leader in Multi-jurisdictional Cooperation:• The Probation Division works closely and effectively with Judges, attorneys, law enforcement/corrections agencies,mental health and substance abuse service providers, civic groups, faith communities, and other organizations to ensureoffenders are effectively supervised and held accountable for law abiding behavior and compliance with legalrequirements. The Division also works in cooperation with the Interstate Compact office and community correctionsagencies throughout the state to ensure the continuity of supervision for offenders moving to and from Lake County. TheDivision Manager serves as a member of the Florida Association of Community Corrections and serves on the LakeCounty Public Safety Coordinating Council. Division staff members participate on multi-jurisdictional taskforces/workgroups focusing on civic engagement, offender re-entry, criminal intelligence, sex offenders/ predators andcriminal justice information systems. Using existing staffing levels it is anticipated that effective offender supervisionservices will be maintained in cooperation with community partners.• The Teen Court program works closely and effectively with Judges, attorneys, law enforcement,school personnel, mental health and substance abuse service providers, non-profit agencies andmembers of professional and service organizations to ensure that the program is run with fidelityand that the needs of at-risk juveniles are being met. The Lake County Teen Court programworks in cooperation with other Teen Court programs throughout the state and handles transfer ofsupervision cases as needed. The Lake County Teen Court Program Specialist is President of theFlorida Association of Teen Courts and has been recognized at the state and national level for hercooperative efforts to improve services to youth in our community. The Program expects to seeimproved services to defendants/family, teen and adult volunteers, multi-jurisdictional partnersand the community in addition to increased use of evidence based practices and awareness ofeffective local resources. The Work in Lieu of Arrest (WILA) civil citation program was developed and implemented asa cooperative partnership between the Board of County Commissioners, the Sheriff’s Office, the State Attorney’s Office,the Public Defender’s Office, the School Board and the Department of Juvenile Justice to provide youth an opportunityto be held accountable for a first time misdemeanor offense without having charges brought against them. Withcontinued funding from dedicated court fees and continued cooperation with the identified parties the programanticipates a reduced number of youth charged for a first time misdemeanor offense.Social Services are Provided to Those in Need Throughout the Entire County:• Probation Division personnel supervise offenders at two satellite offices in addition to the main office and JudicialCenter to maintain accessibility and offender reporting compliance. Community agency provider directory and Reentryresource cards are maintained by Probation Division staff and referrals are made to community agencies with locationsthroughout the region to meet housing, vocational, legal, educational, therapeutic and social service needs of victims andoffenders. Using existing staffing levels the Division expects to maintain community access to criminal justice servicesfor victims and offenders in outlying areas of north and south Lake County. Community agencies and resources areidentified throughout the region for use by citizens to meet their housing, vocational, legal, educational, therapeutic andsocial service needs.Lake County Preserves Environmental Resources:• The Code Enforcement Division will investigate all complaints that relate to damaging activities that may affectenvironmental issues. By providing continued education to the staff and maintaining the qualifications of ourenvironmental specialist, the Division expects to properly investigate all complaints in conjunction with the FloridaDepartment of Environmental Protection (FDEP).F - 22


Conservation and ComplianceActualAdopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by Division/ProgramAdministration $ 282,814 $ 151,757 $ 150,819 $ 404,230Animal Services 1,328,477 1,618,409 1,375,042 1,705,088Code Enforcement Services 753,429 861,013 742,278 751,479Home Heating Oil Recovery 1,064 3,263 861 -Probation Services 728,984 734,949 729,994 719,646Storage Tanks 117,647 155,828 94,428 -Total Expenditures $ 3,212,414 $ 3,525,219 $ 3,093,422 $ 3,580,443Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 2,575,651 $ 2,516,002 $ 2,494,347 $ 2,450,957Operating 502,266 765,132 599,075 581,809Capital Outlay 2,150 - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 3,080,068 $ 3,281,134 $ 3,093,422 $ 3,032,766Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 132,347 - - 250,000Transfers - - - -Reserves - 244,085 - 297,677Total Operating Expenditures $ 3,212,414 $ 3,525,219 $ 3,093,422 $ 3,580,443Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 3,212,414 $ 3,525,219 $ 3,093,422 $ 3,580,443Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 2,917,994 $ 3,080,916 $ 2,899,793 $ 2,842,841Federal/State Grants 132,347 - - 250,000Restricted Local Programs 112,930 116,955 112,000 109,925Animal Shelter Sterilization Fund 48,079 324,085 80,768 377,677Environmental Recovery Fund 1,064 3,263 861 -Total Expenditures $ 3,212,414 $ 3,525,219 $ 3,093,422 $ 3,580,443Number of Full Time Positions 53.0 53.0 53.0 51.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 53.0 53.0 53.0 51.0F - 23


Department: Conservation and ComplianceProgram: AdministrationActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 149,533 $ 149,813 $ 149,813 $ 152,240Operating 934 1,944 1,006 1,990Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 150,468 $ 151,757 $ 150,819 $ 154,230Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 132,347 - - 250,000Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 282,814 $ 151,757 $ 150,819 $ 404,230Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 282,814 $ 151,757 $ 150,819 $ 404,230Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 150,468 $ 151,757 $ 150,819 $ 154,230Federal/State Grants 132,347 - - 250,000Total Expenditures $ 282,814 $ 151,757 $ 150,819 $ 404,230Number of Full Time Positions 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Administration is comprised solely of the salary and benefits of the DepartmentDirector.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes Grants and Aids of $250,000 to reflect the implementation of the CriminalJustice, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Reinvestment Grant on behalf of Lifestream Behavioral Center, Inc. This is a 3-yeargrant which started in Fiscal Year 2011 with Lifestream Behavioral Center, Inc. providing the entire match. Additionally, thebudget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.F - 24


Department: Conservation and ComplianceDivision: Animal ServicesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 1,019,029 $ 1,026,375 $ 1,026,375 $ 1,054,321Operating 307,298 347,949 348,667 353,090Capital Outlay 2,150 - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,328,477 $ 1,374,324 $ 1,375,042 $ 1,407,411Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 244,085 - 297,677Total Operating Expenditures $ 1,328,477 $ 1,618,409 $ 1,375,042 $ 1,705,088Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 1,328,477 $ 1,618,409 $ 1,375,042 $ 1,705,088Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 1,280,398 $ 1,294,324 $ 1,294,274 $ 1,327,411Animal Shelter Sterilization Fund 48,079 324,085 80,768 377,677Total Expenditures $ 1,328,477 $ 1,618,409 $ 1,375,042 $ 1,705,088Number of Full Time Positions 26.0 26.0 26.0 26.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 26.0 26.0 26.0 26.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. The Division includes 10 Animal Control Officers and 10 Animal Shelter TechnicianI positions.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 budget includes $29,000 in repair and maintenance for all impound and euthanasiavehicles, and $60,000 in fuel costs. Operating supplies account for $61,000 of the budget for food, vaccinations and rabies shots.Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all Countydepartments.F - 25


Department: Conservation and ComplianceDivision: Code Enforcement ServicesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 662,085 $ 599,425 $ 599,425 $ 592,737Operating 91,343 261,588 142,853 158,742Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 753,429 $ 861,013 $ 742,278 $ 751,479Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 753,429 $ 861,013 $ 742,278 $ 751,479Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 753,429 $ 861,013 $ 742,278 $ 751,479Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 753,429 $ 861,013 $ 742,278 $ 751,479Total Expenditures $ 753,429 $ 861,013 $ 742,278 $ 751,479Number of Full Time Positions 12.2 11.2 11.2 11.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 12.2 11.2 11.2 11.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. With the eventual transfer of the Storage Tank program, Personal Services in FiscalYear 2013 also reflects the elimination of an Environmental Program Supervisor position which was funded at 20 percent. Theremaining 80 percent of this position was reflected in the Storage Tank program on page F-29.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $13,900 designated to maintain the appearance and upkeep of 13 vehicles.Fuel costs are budgeted at $25,000. In addition, as part of the Division's responsibilities, it may be required that the county clean,mow, clear, manage or demolish structures that are in violation of the LDR's and county codes, for which $11,250 has beenbudgeted for these purposes. To enforce code violations, public hearings are held where Special Masters (SM) are assigned toevaluate the evidence and testimony. The SM's are lawyers in good standing with the Florida Bar or a Florida Supreme Courtcertified mediator appointed by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC). For Fiscal Year 2013 these attorney legal fees are$13,400. Professional Services includes $42,000 in fees and costs to cover legal issues related to injunctions, liens, foreclosures,demolitions and other legal actions. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to100 percent for all County departments.F - 26


Department: Conservation and ComplianceProgram: Home Heating Oil RecoveryActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 1,064 3,263 861 -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,064 $ 3,263 $ 861 $ -Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 1,064 $ 3,263 $ 861 $ -Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 1,064 $ 3,263 $ 861 $ -Expenditures by FundEnvironmental Recovery $ 1,064 $ 3,263 $ 861 $ -Total Expenditures $ 1,064 $ 3,263 $ 861 $ -Number of Full Time Positions - - - -Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions - - - -Highlights:Other for Fiscal Year 2013 reflects the discontinuation of the Home Heating Oil program which was funded from reserves in theEnvironmental Recovery fund.F - 27


Department: Conservation and ComplianceDivision: Probation ServicesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 633,744 $ 630,354 $ 630,354 $ 651,659Operating 95,240 104,595 99,640 67,987Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 728,984 $ 734,949 $ 729,994 $ 719,646Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 728,984 $ 734,949 $ 729,994 $ 719,646Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 728,984 $ 734,949 $ 729,994 $ 719,646Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 616,054 $ 617,994 $ 617,994 $ 609,721Restricted Local Programs 112,930 116,955 112,000 109,925Total Expenditures $ 728,984 $ 734,949 $ 729,994 $ 719,646Number of Full Time Positions 12.0 13.0 13.0 13.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 12.0 13.0 13.0 13.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Personal Services includes a Program Associate position which is funded from theGeneral Fund - Court Innovations (Juvenile Alternative Programs) for a civil citation program.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $31,288 in lease expense for the Probation and Teen Court offices which arelocated at the 1300 S. Duncan Drive building in Tavares. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocationfrom 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.Other for Fiscal Year 2013 includes revenues for the Teen Court Programs generated by Teen Court user fees of $8,127 andTeen Court ordinance fees of $101,798. Probation Services anticipates revenues of $525,000 from fees charged for the cost ofsupervision, immobilization, house arrest, drug testing and insurance.F - 28


Department: Conservation and ComplianceProgram: Storage TanksActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 111,260 $ 110,035 $ 88,380 $ -Operating 6,386 45,793 6,048 -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 117,647 $ 155,828 $ 94,428 $ -Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 117,647 $ 155,828 $ 94,428 $ -Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 117,647 $ 155,828 $ 94,428 $ -Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 117,647 $ 155,828 $ 94,428 $ -Total Expenditures $ 117,647 $ 155,828 $ 94,428 $ -Number of Full Time Positions 1.8 1.8 1.8 -Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 1.8 1.8 1.8 -Highlights:Other for Fiscal Year 2013 reflects the discontinuation of the Storage Tank program which was effective midyear Fiscal Year2012. When operating, it included 80 percent of the Environmental Program Supervisor's salary along with an EnvironmentalSpecialist position. The remaining 20 percent of the Environmental Program Supervisor's salary was reflected in CodeEnforcement Services on page F-26.F - 29


Conservation and ComplianceKey ObjectivesPerformance MeasurementsAnimal ServicesLake County Pet Licensing ProgramRecycled Pet ProductsAnimal Shelter Volunteer ProgramCode Enforcement ServicesProtect the health, safety and property values through equal enforcement of county codesProvide ten hours of customer service Monday through Friday with reduced staffingRespond to new complaints in less than 48 hours excluding weekends and holidaysProbation ServicesImprove efficiency and accessability by increasing offender contacts in outlying satellite officesIncrease community service hours completed by offenders as non-monetary restitutionIncrease community service by Pretrial defendants through donation of food to food banks and the animal shelterTeen CourtIncrease the number of youth diverted from Juvenile CourtPromote positive civic engagement for youth and adultsReduce the number of youth charged for a first time misdemeanor offensePerformance MeasuresActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Animal ServicesAmount collected for County licenses sold in-house and from localveterinarians logging into Board of County Commissioners (BCC)web-based program $65,841 $75,000 $78,000Amount collected from donations provided by private donors andBCC to assist with the in-house spay/neuter clinic expenses $6,582 $7,765 $8,980Number of Animal Shelter volunteers 2 10 21Code Enforcement ServicesCompaints received 2,928 2,700 2,800Complaints referred to other agencies or departments 64 40 38Cleared cases 1,381 1,700 1,800Re-inspections 4,994 4,300 4,400Invalid complaints 728 753 750Special Master cases for code enforcement violations 203 184 200Duplicate complaints 54 70 68F - 30


Conservation and CompliancePerformance MeasuresPerformance MeasurementsActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Probation ServicesNumber of offender supervision contacts at satellite offices 1,069 768 910Number of community service hours performed by offenders 21,807 17,128 20,000Pounds of food donated by Pretrial Intervention defendants 2,547 31,050 32,000Teen CourtNumber of Teen Court hearings held 385 385 400Number of volunteers participating in Teen Court 339 250 280Number of youth participating in the civil citation program N/A 60 120F - 31


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CountyAttorney


County AttorneyOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSCounty Attorney(7)County Attorney (4)Property Management (2)Deputy County AttorneyProperty Manager/Legal Office ManagerAssistant County Attorney IIProperty Management AgentParalegalOffice Associate VLegend:Section( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Source [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [7]Propoed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 34


County AttorneyMission Statement:To provide legal counsel to the Lake County Board of County Commissioners,County Manager, County department and division heads and other governmentalsubdivisions in all matters of civil law relating to Lake County, Florida. Legalassistance is also provided to Lake County Constitutional Officers when requested.Program Descriptions:• The County Attorney’s Office serves as legal advisor to the Board of County Commissioners, County officers, Countydepartments and their employees, and dependent special districts on their respective powers, duties, functions andobligations; ensures compliance with applicable policies, procedures, laws and regulations; acts as attorney for theCounty, County agencies, County officers, and County employees in civil actions instituted by or brought against theseentities or persons when acting as or on behalf of the County; and drafts or reviews proposed legislation, ordinancesresolution, contracts, leases, easements and other legal instruments.• The Property Management Section of the County Attorney’s Office assists County departments with real propertyacquisitions, sales, leases and other real estate matters while maintaining a database and files on county ownedproperties.F - 35


County AttorneyActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by Division/ProgramCounty Attorney $ 612,946 $ 543,490 $ 543,490 $ 545,816Property Management 135,808 136,329 136,329 141,319Total Expenditures $ 748,754 $ 679,819 $ 679,819 $ 687,135Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 722,733 $ 642,762 $ 642,762 $ 647,147Operating 26,021 37,057 37,057 39,988Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 748,754 $ 679,819 $ 679,819 $ 687,135Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 748,754 $ 679,819 $ 679,819 $ 687,135Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 748,754 $ 679,819 $ 679,819 $ 687,135Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 748,754 $ 679,819 $ 679,819 $ 687,135Total Expenditures $ 748,754 $ 679,819 $ 679,819 $ 687,135Number of Full Time Positions 8.0 7.0 7.0 7.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 8.0 7.0 7.0 7.0F - 36


Department: County AttorneyProgram: County AttorneyActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 588,540 $ 509,851 $ 509,851 $ 510,121Operating 24,406 33,639 33,639 35,695Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 612,946 $ 543,490 $ 543,490 $ 545,816Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 612,946 $ 543,490 $ 543,490 $ 545,816Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 612,946 $ 543,490 $ 543,490 $ 545,816Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 612,946 $ 543,490 $ 543,490 $ 545,816Total Expenditures $ 612,946 $ 543,490 $ 543,490 $ 545,816Number of Full Time Positions 6.0 5.0 5.0 5.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 6.0 5.0 5.0 5.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $4,000 for eminent domain outside counsel, and $4,450 for training andtravel costs. Books, publications and dues are budgeted at $10,204, and reprographics charges are $6,580. Additionally, thebudget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all county departments.F - 37


Department: County AttorneyProgram: Property ManagementActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 134,193 $ 132,911 $ 132,911 $ 137,026Operating 1,615 3,418 3,418 4,293Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 135,808 $ 136,329 $ 136,329 $ 141,319Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 135,808 $ 136,329 $ 136,329 $ 141,319Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 135,808 $ 136,329 $ 136,329 $ 141,319Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 135,808 $ 136,329 $ 136,329 $ 141,319Total Expenditures $ 135,808 $ 136,329 $ 136,329 $ 141,319Number of Full Time Positions 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $1,150 for training and travel costs. Digital photo processing, and internalreprographics charges are budgeted at $750, and the general office supply budget is $650. Additionally, the budget reflects theincreased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all county departments.F - 38


CountyManager


County ManagerOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013County Manager(51)County Manager andBCC Support (2)Deputy County ManagerExecutive OfficeManagerOffice Associate VOFFICE OF ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT ANDTOURISM (7)OFFICE OFINFORMATIONOUTREACH (8)OFFICE OFBUDGET (6)FLEETMANAGEMENTDIVISION (19)PROCUREMENTSERVICESDIVISION (7)EconomicDevelopment andTourism DirectorSr. EconomicDevelopment andTourismCoordinatorEconomicDevelopment andTourismCoordinator (2)Program AnalystTourism ProgramSupervisorInformationOutreach DirectorPublic InformationOfficerInternetApplicationsDeveloperInternetApplicationsDeveloperWebmasterGraphic Artist IIBudget DirectorBudget ManagerSr. Budget Analyst(2)AssessmentSpecialistOffice Associate VFleet ManagementDivision ManagerFleet ManagementSupervisorFleet Section ChiefMechanic II (2)Mechanic I (8)Mechanic/Welder/FabricatorMaintenanceWorker IIProcurementServices DivisionManagerProcurement (4)Senior ContractingOfficer (2)Contracting Officer IOffice Associate IIIFixed AssetManagement (1)Office Associate VGraphic Artist IOffice Associate VFixed Asset/Surplus SpecialistPublic EducationAssociateAccountingTechnician (2)Document Services (1)Legend:DivisionOfficeSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Source [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [18]Resort/Development Tax Fund [1]General Fund 90%, Resort/Development Tax Fund 10% [2]General Fund 50%, Resort/Development Tax Fund 50% [9]General Fund 20%, Resort/Development Tax Fund 80% [1]Fleet Maintenance [19]Landfill Enterprise Fund [1]Parts and SupplyTechnicianDocument ServicesAssociateAdvisory Committees:County Manager:Sales Surtax Oversight Advisory CommitteeSolid Waste Alternatives Task ForceWomen's Hall of Fame Selection CommitteeEconomic Development and Tourism:Arts and Cultural AllianceTourist Development CouncilProposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 40


County ManagerMission Statement:To ensure that Lake County citizens receive high quality government services related to transportation, public safety, andenvironmental and social services, as well as to economic opportunities for the county.Program Descriptions:• The County Manager reports to a five-member Board of County Commissioners and is responsible for the day-to-dayoperations of all Lake County administrative departments.• The Office of Budget performs the functions of preparation and administration of the County'sbudget; and analyzes, evaluates and makes recommendations for improvements to the County'sfinancial position. Major functions and activities which the Office performs include: revenueanalysis and development, and review of proposed legislation and contracts which may have afinancial impact or effect on County operations.• The Procurement Services Division performs two operational functions, each of which isindividually accounted for in the budget process. Procurement Services, the primary operationalfunction, involves the timely and effective award of new contracts with management/executionof other general purchasing activity, and the management of the County’s fixed asset inventory. The second operationalfunction, Document Services, provides for the management and fulfillment of the County’s reprographics function.• The Office of Information Outreach is responsible for assisting the departments within the Lake County Board ofCounty Commissioners in expanding internal and external communications. This is accomplished through web andmultimedia development, graphic design and media relations. The office is not only responsible for the websites that fallunder the Board of County Commissioners, but also maintains websites for other agencies, such as the Lake-SumterMPO, Property Appraiser and Supervisor of Elections, as well as advertising and marketing related activities for LakeCounty Tourism and LakeXpress, the county’s fixed-route public transportation system.• The Office of Economic Development and Tourism was created to streamline organizational structures and to improveefficiencies promoting economic development and tourism for Lake County. Economic development focuses on effortsthat will strengthen Lake County’s position as a business center for Central Florida by aggressively pursuingopportunities and building collaborative relationships with regional allies. The Office continuesto pursue the vision for a prosperous local economy supported by a wide range of careeropportunities, a diversified tax base, and an exceptional quality of life. Activities are guided bythe mission to aggressively retain, attract and grow jobs in Lake County, in partnership withothers, while protecting and improving Lake County’s quality of life and unique character.Tourism in Lake County is actively promoted through multiple marketing strategies andtargeted advertising campaigns. Website listings, social media outreach, promotional items,along with other essential services and in-kind support are also provided to organizations.These activities generate audience building for events, increase collections in the Resort Tax,and result in economic benefit to all of Lake County. Funding from Resort Tax collections isalso developed and increased by reaching out to Lake County businesses and other communitypartners in order to increase the number of events and to encourage event providers to increase the number of days forevents, which results in higher hotel/motel occupancy rates, and thus increased collection. A fresh focus on tourism“drivers”, such as sporting events and bird watching festivals, will capitalize on Lake County’s recognized assets andincrease revenues from proven markets.• The Fleet Management Division strives to provide competent, responsive, and cost effective support services to itscustomers ensuring they have safe, reliable, and economically sound transportation/equipment available. The Divisionenables customers to provide services to the citizens of Lake County; is committed to protecting Florida’s environmentby recycling/recovering chlorofluorocarbon (Freon), waste oil, oil filters, scrap metal, paper, used tires, and batteriesused at its facility; provides quality service at a competitive price; provides a full range of fleet services to Lake CountyBoard of County Commissioners and other Constitutional Offices of Lake County including assistance with specificationpreparation, acquisition/disposal, licensing and titles, asset management and tracking, fuel services, maintenanceF - 41


County Managermanagement, maintenance contract management, and fleet assessment of the County’s fleet which includes smallequipment, automobiles, vans, trucks, fire apparatus, agricultural equipment, medium and heavy trucks, and heavyequipment.Department Goals and Objectives:Lake County is a High Performance Organization:• Procurement Services strives for simplification and automation of procurement processes. Simplification of processeswill be realized through adequate competition, and continued positive responses from service surveys. The automation ofprocess will be fully executed through revisions to Automatic Request for Quotation (RFQ) processing, which wasimplemented to support electronic responses and automated tabulation sheets for each action appearing on the website.• Information Outreach and Economic Development and Tourism will collaborate on a new website for Tourism. The newwebsite will be an effective tool in which to strengthen community relations and attract visitors to the area.• Economic Development and Tourism is a “business friendly” environment that iscommitted to simplification of governmental permitting processes, and is alwaysmindful of the impact of governmental regulation on the success of the privatesector in retaining and creating jobs. To increase efficiencies relating to time andterritory management, EDT has divided Lake County into three micro-regions.Because each region has its own unique character and distinctive economicclimate, a dedicated Economic Development Coordinator has been assigned toeach region. The Coordinators’ sole focus is to remain constantly engaged withthe businesses in their region through the scheduling of regular and consistent sitevisits and participation in local business affiliations, such as Chambers of Commerce and other business minded groups.Through this on-going and daily interaction, the Coordinators will attain the level of local knowledge and businessintelligence necessary for the County to create targeted and effective support programs. Site visits will enable theCoordinators to educate local businesses on the resources that are available to them including County sponsoredincentives. With this new pro-active and engaged approach, the County is better positioned to respond to the needs ofLake County businesses.• The Fleet Management Division provides a full range of fleet services to Lake County Board of County Commissionersand other Constitutional Offices of Lake County. Accurate specifications are used to acquire the right vehicle/piece ofequipment for each department. Fleet Management works with departments to determine which vehicles/equipment areeligible for replacement (by age, miles/hours and maintenance history). Asset management and tracking, and fleetassessments include working with departments to determine if they have the right type of vehicle for specific jobfunctions. Fleet Management monitors, repairs, and maintains four County fuel sites in compliance with applicablefederal, state, and county regulations to support fuel needs for County vehicles and equipment. Fleet also administers theState of Florida contract for fuel cards.Lake County is a Leader in Multi-jurisdictional Cooperation:• Procurement Services continues expansion of the Procurement Offices of Lake County (POOL) organization tomaximize a cooperative and consolidated approach to the entirety of the public sector purchasing function within thecounty. The most immediate specific goal is to expand “other agency” use of the County procurement website to providefor a single point and process for vendor registration and solicitation notice.• Information Outreach facilitates countywide cooperation to coordinate/update the county’s Joint Information System(JIS), which is a list of all available public information officer (PIO) resources. The JIS pools together PIO resourcesacross multiple agencies to assist in responding to emergencies. Lake County’s JIS list will be updated and posted onlineas a resource tool for all agencies to refer to in case of Emergency Communications and Operations Center (ECOC)activations, or emergencies.• Economic Development and Tourism (EDT) will work directly with willing municipalities to assist with theimplementation of each city’s economic initiatives, and promote cooperation and coordination between the cities andF - 42


County ManagerLake County. Two Business Opportunity Centers (BOC) will be developed, one in Northeast Lake County and one inSouth Lake County, and EDT will continue the operation of the Leesburg Incubator and Small Business DevelopmentCenter (SBDC). The BOC’s will offer full-service business support to all businesses within each micro-region,regardless of size or business cycle. Business support at each BOC will be offered through two unique programs, aBusiness Incubator, designed to assist growth oriented entrepreneurs and start-ups, and a SBDC, serving as a one stopshop for any type or level of business support. EDT will partner with the University of Central Florida, Lake SumterCommunity College and the SBDC to bring these programs to Lake County. This approach to business support is a firstof its kind in the region and puts Lake County at the forefront of economic development innovation in the state.The Economy of Lake County is Strong, Diversified, and Sustainable:• Procurement Service will use the POOL structure, and other existing resources, to prepare/issue consolidated purchasesintended to incentivize businesses to initiate operations in the County.Lake County Preserves Environmental Resources:• Economic Development and Tourism is dedicated to protecting and improving quality of life, and maintaining the properbalance between job creation and the protection of natural resources and the unique “Lake County” character. EDT willwork with planners and developers to ensure design standards of employment centers are consistent with County goals.Proper planning will result in smart growth that avoids urban sprawl and creates employment clusters within designatedgrowth corridors while protecting valuable environmental resources.• The Fleet Management Division preserves environmental resources through recycling/recovering Freon, waste oil, oilfilters, scrap metal, paper, used tires, and batteries used at its facility.F - 43


County ManagerExpenditures by Division/ProgramActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013County Manager $ 352,217 $ 474,023 $ 473,428 $ 484,995Budget 338,532 413,754 412,638 424,841Procurement Services 756,336 729,040 721,290 739,659Information Outreach 330,117 368,138 365,433 347,991Economic Development and Tourism 2,000,728 5,548,886 2,942,274 6,593,550Total Expenditures $ 3,777,930 $ 7,533,841 $ 4,915,063 $ 8,591,036Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 2,036,852 $ 2,230,354 $ 2,339,401 $ 2,377,952Operating 1,180,755 1,989,723 1,697,589 1,694,186Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 3,217,607 $ 4,220,077 $ 4,036,990 $ 4,072,138Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 209,750 485,000 532,500 797,000Transfers 350,573 345,573 345,573 101,600Reserves - 2,483,191 - 3,620,298Total Operating Expenditures $ 3,777,930 $ 7,533,841 $ 4,915,063 $ 8,591,036Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 3,777,930 $ 7,533,841 $ 4,915,063 $ 8,591,036Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 2,147,191 $ 3,258,475 $ 3,275,357 $ 3,247,901Administrative Services 324,214 - - -Employees Benefit 1,052 595 - -Resort/Development Tax 1,305,473 4,248,648 1,622,706 5,330,475Restricted Local Programs - 26,123 17,000 12,660Total Expenditures $ 3,777,930 $ 7,533,841 $ 4,915,063 $ 8,591,036Number of Full Time Positions 31.0 31.0 32.0 32.0Number of Part Time Positions 11.7 10.7 10.7 10.7Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 32.7 33.1 34.1 34.1F - 44


Department: County ManagerProgram: County ManagerActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 337,217 $ 461,483 $ 461,483 $ 469,995Operating 15,000 11,945 11,945 15,000Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 352,217 $ 473,428 $ 473,428 $ 484,995Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 595 - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 352,217 $ 474,023 $ 473,428 $ 484,995Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 352,217 $ 474,023 $ 473,428 $ 484,995Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 351,165 $ 473,428 $ 473,428 $ 484,995Employees Benefit 1,052 595 - -Total Expenditures $ 352,217 $ 474,023 $ 473,428 $ 484,995Number of Full Time Positions 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $1,003 from the Employee Benefits Fund, which has been dissolved.Commissions from vending machines located in County facilities were previously accounted for in the Employees Benefit Fund,but are now part of the General Fund. Revenues must be used for an activity which is reasonably expected to improve morale, toengender employee spirit of community, or to demonstrate collective appreciation for co-workers. Additionally, the budgetreflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all county departments.F - 45


Department: County ManagerDivision: BudgetActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 322,002 $ 399,889 $ 399,889 $ 410,527Operating 16,529 13,865 12,749 14,314Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 338,532 $ 413,754 $ 412,638 $ 424,841Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 338,532 $ 413,754 $ 412,638 $ 424,841Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 338,532 $ 413,754 $ 412,638 $ 424,841Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 338,532 $ 413,754 $ 412,638 $ 424,841Total Expenditures $ 338,532 $ 413,754 $ 412,638 $ 424,841Number of Full Time Positions 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes a $507 reduction in reprographics charges due to eliminating copiesnecessary for the board agenda binder. An estimated savings of $1,050 is attributed to needing fewer general office supplies,including toner and paper. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percentfor all county departments.F - 46


Department: County ManagerDivision: Procurement ServicesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 479,525 $ 443,739 $ 443,739 $ 458,995Operating 276,811 285,301 277,551 280,664Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 756,336 $ 729,040 $ 721,290 $ 739,659Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 756,336 $ 729,040 $ 721,290 $ 739,659Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 756,336 $ 729,040 $ 721,290 $ 739,659Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 432,122 $ 729,040 $ 721,290 $ 739,659Administrative Services 324,214 - - -Total Expenditures $ 756,336 $ 729,040 $ 721,290 $ 739,659Number of Full Time Positions 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0Number of Part Time Positions 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 7.7 7.7 7.7 7.7Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Due to changes in the Florida Retirement System Code, the retirement rate changedto senior management for a position previously classified at the regular class rate.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes reduced costs in Procurement Services. Travel and per diem decreased $500,reprographics costs were reduced $1,000, and general office supply costs decreased $1,000. Document Services is included in theProcurement Services Division, and operating supplies for this area are budgeted at a $5,000 reduction. Additionally, the budgetreflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all county departments.F - 47


Department: County ManagerDivision: Information OutreachActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 323,770 $ 356,930 $ 356,780 $ 336,405Operating 6,347 11,208 8,653 11,586Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 330,117 $ 368,138 $ 365,433 $ 347,991Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 330,117 $ 368,138 $ 365,433 $ 347,991Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 330,117 $ 368,138 $ 365,433 $ 347,991Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 330,117 $ 368,138 $ 365,433 $ 347,991Total Expenditures $ 330,117 $ 368,138 $ 365,433 $ 347,991Number of Full Time Positions 7.0 7.0 8.0 8.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 7.0 7.0 8.0 8.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Due to changes in the Florida Retirement System Code, the retirement rate changedto senior management for a position previously classified at the regular class rate. A Webmaster position, is funded eightypercent by Resort/Development Tax, and twenty percent General Fund. Three other positions within this office are funded fiftypercent by Resort/Development Tax, and fifty percent General Fund. The Resort/Development Tax funding is reflected in theEconomic Development and Tourism budget, page F-49.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes a $1,100 savings in books, publications, and dues as a result of a reducednumber of subscriptions. Office supplies includes $2,000 for a computer and software for the new internet applications developerposition. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all countydepartments.F - 48


Department: County ManagerDivision: Economic Development and TourismActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 574,338 $ 568,313 $ 677,510 $ 702,030Operating 866,067 1,667,404 1,386,691 1,372,622Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,440,405 $ 2,235,717 $ 2,064,201 $ 2,074,652Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 209,750 485,000 532,500 797,000Transfers 350,573 345,573 345,573 101,600Reserves - 2,482,596 - 3,620,298Total Operating Expenditures $ 2,000,728 $ 5,548,886 $ 2,942,274 $ 6,593,550Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 2,000,728 $ 5,548,886 $ 2,942,274 $ 6,593,550Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 695,255 $ 1,274,115 $ 1,302,568 $ 1,250,415Resort/Development Tax 1,305,473 4,248,648 1,622,706 5,330,475Restricted Local Programs - 26,123 17,000 12,660Total Expenditures $ 2,000,728 $ 5,548,886 $ 2,942,274 $ 6,593,550Number of Full Time Positions 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0Number of Part Time Positions 11 10 10 10Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 8.0 8.4 8.4 8.4Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. An internet applications developer position was added in Fiscal Year 2012. Twopositions within this office are funded eighty percent by Resort/Development Tax, and twenty percent General Fund. Three otherpositions are funded fifty percent by Resort/Development Tax, and fifty percent General Fund. These positions are reflected inInformation Outreach, page F-48.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $275,269 to support the Economic Development Commission (EDC)contract. Also included in Operating Expenses is $104,902 to support the County contract with the Central Florida SportsCommission for the purpose of encouraging and promoting the selection of Lake County as a venue for international, national,regional and local sports events. There is $541,153 budgeted for marketing activities, the Lake County Birding Festival, theEconomic Development Summit, and event sponsorships. Contractual services includes $101,000 for economic developmentspeaker fees, economic data research, and business opportunity center services. Additionally, the budget reflects the increasedrisk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all county departments.Grants for Fiscal Year 2013 includes funding for the following: $30,000 Economic Gardening Initiative, to access informationaldatabases, host workshops, and make presentations to the business community; $200,000 UCF Business Incubators; $80,000Lake Sumter Community College Business Incubator; $30,000 North East Lake County Business Opportunity Center; $50,000for the Jobs Growth Incentive Program; and $400,000 in capital projects funding. In addition, funding is received from the sale ofFlorida Arts License plates for assistance to local arts groups and agencies. There is $7,000 budgeted for arts programs in FiscalYear 2013. Transfers for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $101,600 in administration costs.F - 49


Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $3,615,184 available for operations, and $5,114 in purchase order carry-forwards. Inaddition, $2,892,500 is budgeted under non-departmental as part of the Economic Stabilization Reserve. These funds have beendesignated for economic incentives awards as approved by the Board of County Commissioners.F - 50


County ManagerKey ObjectivesPerformance MeasurementsProcurement Services:Structure purchases to support high level of competition and maximum opportunity for local vendor participation.Increase inter-agency consolidated purchases and procedures by maximizing Procurement Offices of Lake County (POOL)entity interactionAppropriately increase purchasing card usage and associated rebate revenueIncrease revenue from surplus property sales through aggressive surplus identification and on-line auctionProcurement Services/Document Services:Continue high level of customer service in provision of printing servicesDevelop revised approach to the reprographics function and commence re-competition to implement that approachInformation Outreach:Promote County services, programs and accomplishmentsHave websites that provide useful and up-to-date informationAssist departments with providing professional marketing materials for the publicEconomic Development:Create a "business friendly" environment, simplify the governmental permitting process, and always be mindful of theimpact of governmental regulation on the success of the private sector to retain and create jobsWork directly with willing municipalities to assist with the implementation of each city's economic initiatives, and promotecooperation and coordination between the cities and Lake CountyEnsure that Lake County has an available and well-prepared workforce for existing, emerging and prospective businesses,and collaborate with Lake County educators to meet workforce needs and achieve educational excellenceEstablish policies and programs that promote the retention, success and expansion of existing businessesEstablish policies and programs to assist start-up and developing businesses and encourage entrepreneurshipAttract and recruit new businesses to Lake County by targeting specific industries, drawing upon regional partnerships andusing proven business modelsTourism:Work directly with the business community, cities and other stakeholders to promote eco-tourism, recreation, sports andtourismEconomic Development and Tourism/Arts and Cultural Alliance:Protect and improve Lake County's quality of life and maintain the proper balance between job creation and the protectionof Lake County's natural resources and unique "Lake County" characterPerformance MeasuresProcurement Services:Actual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Formal solicitations 123 150 140Purchase Orders 1,494 1,500 1,500Term and Supply Contracts managed 372 375 375Capital assets managed 10,051 10,500 10,605Value of capital assets $84,467,114 $88,983,419 $89,873,254F - 51


County ManagerPerformance MeasuresPerformance MeasurementsActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Document Services:Pages produced in support of user departments 1,081,035 1,059,415 1,038,000Information Outreach:News releases sent out to the media and the public through theCounty websites with relevant news and information on Countyservices, programs and accomplishmentsCounty websites maintained by posting updates and information fordepartments on their programs and services225 259 2982,169 2,234 2,569Responses to graphic request needs for departments 331 341 392Economic Development:Lake County Departments/Offices certified as business friendly 0 10 14Presentations and meetings with community groups, citygovernments and other organizations regarding economicdevelopment activities.Joint meetings between Economic Development and Tourism(EDT), local businesses and educational and workforce partners toaddress and find solutions to business specific workforce issues.38 72 7637 50 50Businesses utilizing Workforce Central Florida programs. 0 12 24Site and industry visits 36 *600 600Incentive applications/new incentive awards (Business AssistanceProgram, High Value Jobs Creation, Artist Relocation)12 11 13Jobs paid for with incentive funds 16 50 50Industry roundtable meetings 0 10 10Businesses utilizing Business Opportunity Center sponsored SmallBusiness Development Center support117 150 200Businesses enrolled in Business Incubator Programs 6 10 16New businesses relocated to Lake County through EDT sponsoredprograms or incentives1 2 4*The micro-region concept, along with dedicated economic development coordinators in each region, created a significantshift in business retention and expansion services. Site and industry visits play a much larger role in the approach of thecurrent strategy than in previous years.F - 52


County ManagerPerformance MeasuresPerformance MeasurementsActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Tourism:Promotions via social media 500 500 500Tourism trainings held (seminars for tourism vendors) 1 2 1Visits with tourism industry partners 10 20 15Community events sponsored or assisted 100 100 100Marketing outreach at niche expos 8 10 10Arts and Cultural AllianceTraining for arts and cultural organizations 1 1 1Art events supported 45 50 50F - 53


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Facilities Development and ManagementOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERFacilities Development and Management Director(30)ADMINISTRATION(6)MAINTENANCE DIVISION(23)Architect IVSenior FinancialCoordinatorFacilities Maintenance ManagerFacilities Maintenance (13)Facilities ContractSpecialist (2)Office Associate VOffice Associate IIIChiefMaintenanceSupervisorMaintenanceTechnician II (6)Trades CrewLeader (2)MaintenanceTechnician I (2)DayCustodian (2)Jail and Sheriff Facilities Maintenance (4)Chief MaintenanceSupervisorTradesCrew LeaderMaintenanceTechnician I (2)Energy Management (5)Legend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [30]Energy ManagementSupervisorEnergy MaintenanceTechnician (4)Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 56


Facilities Development and ManagementMission Statement:To design, construct and maintain safe, clean and energy efficient County facilities that enhance employee achievement andinstill a sense of pride and dedication throughout the County, with a spirit of teamwork and pledge of excellence. To providecentralized control of major construction and renovation projects for County facilities and to provide for central planning andoversight of all facilities and capital construction matters.Program Descriptions:• The Facilities Administration Division provides oversight forthe various County construction projects, as well as financial,managerial and architectural support for the Facilities Divisions,other County Departments, Constitutional Officers, and othergroups as directed by the Board of County Commissioners.• The Facilities Management Division provides services relatedto the maintenance and daily management of completedfacilities, as well as providing input into the designs for newstructures, additions, and renovations. The FacilitiesMaintenance Section oversees the repair, maintenance andproper operation and efficiency of air quality systems in allCounty buildings, and also works to ensure proper care is taken to retain the value and appreciation of existing facilities.They are responsible for contracted maintenance for county facilities, such as fire extinguisher maintenance, pressurewashing, pest/termite services and custodial and lawn maintenance contracts. The Jail and Sheriff Facilities MaintenanceSection handles the maintenance for all the Jail and Sheriff facilities. The Energy Management Section is responsible formonitoring and paying County utilities and converting to energy saving fixtures where applicable.Department Goals and Objectives:Lake County is a High Performance Organization:• The Facilities Administration Division will continue to examine business processes within the Division and theDepartment to search for areas of possible improvement. With the existing professional staffing combined withprofessional education and support from the County Manager and the Board of County Commissioners, the Division willcontinue to perform functions previously assigned to multiple staff members while maintaining the high levels ofprofessional knowledge and standards in their respective fields. The processes for initial budgeting, and for adjustmentsto the budget will allow for improved management of programs, leading to cost savings. Accuracy of budgeting andaccounting for projects will be improved, including more accurate estimating of future project costs. Long-term planningwill continue to be improved, with the Department continuing the process of updating plans as information becomesavailable. Countywide revenues are being enhanced through the expanded use of purchasing cards for projectexpenditures, streamlined invoicing and payment processes. There are potential large increases in purchasing card usagevolume and related rebates if efforts to expand beyond current use limits areapproved. Electronic invoicing and payment integration is the next step in thisprocess. There is continued strengthening of internal controls over non-contractedproject expenditures.• The Facilities Management Division continually strives to provideexceptional customer service to our internal and external customers and with thecontinued staffing and training at a level that allows a high level of performance, itis expected that customer satisfaction levels will increase.F - 57


Facilities Development and ManagementLake County Preserves Environmental Resources:• The Facilities Administration Division will strive to incorporate energy efficient components inthe design of new construction and renovation projects through the use of construction methodsand materials that increase the energy efficiency of the projects. This can be accomplished withcontinued professional staffing, professional education, and support for these efforts along withsupport for education of staff on new materials and processes available in the marketplace. Thiswill result in a progression toward qualification for Energy Star and other efficiencycertifications along with long-term operational cost reductions compared to traditionalstructures.• The Facilities Management Division will continue with its ongoing retrofit of lighting systems with higher efficiencyfixtures and occupancy sensor controls. Budgeted upgrade costs for these ongoing efforts will result in an estimated tenpercent reduction in energy usage. The Division will also strive to evaluate planned buildings and systems to maximizeenergy efficiency and lower water usage. This will be accomplished using existing in-house expertise to evaluateconceptual designs of future planned facilities. The resulting changes to the system’s design for buildings underconstruction will yield lower future resource usage.Appearance of Lake County is Esthetically Pleasing and Well Designed:• The Facilities Administration Division will continue to work with the designers and users of projects to ensureconformity of facilities that meet County standards, while remaining consistent with the architecture of the communitiesin which they are located. County facilities are a part of the communities in which they are located, and with continuedprofessional staffing, professional education, and support the public will benefit from the positive impact of publicstructures in their communities, and buildings will show a consistency that will make County facilities more appealingand easier for the public to identify.F - 58


Facilities Development and ManagementActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by Division/ProgramAdministration $ 591,400 $ 665,728 $ 597,077 $ 682,539Facilities Maintenance 1,787,883 1,422,665 1,385,055 1,355,217Jail and Sheriff Facilities Maintenance 406,055 437,712 418,679 491,340Energy Management 1,984,890 2,199,709 2,185,655 2,049,583Total Expenditures $ 4,770,228 $ 4,725,814 $ 4,586,466 $ 4,578,679Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 1,825,330 $ 1,657,495 $ 1,625,809 $ 1,702,968Operating 2,907,401 3,051,319 2,937,934 2,773,711Capital Outlay 21,499 17,000 22,723 102,000Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 4,754,230 $ 4,725,814 $ 4,586,466 $ 4,578,679Capital Improvements 15,998 - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 4,770,228 $ 4,725,814 $ 4,586,466 $ 4,578,679Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 4,770,228 $ 4,725,814 $ 4,586,466 $ 4,578,679Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 4,770,228 $ 4,725,814 $ 4,586,466 $ 4,578,679Total Expenditures $ 4,770,228 $ 4,725,814 $ 4,586,466 $ 4,578,679Number of Full Time Positions 35.0 30.0 30.0 30.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 35.0 30.0 30.0 30.0F - 59


Department: Facilities Development and ManagementDivision: AdministrationExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 518,022 $ 523,194 $ 512,757 $ 537,426Operating 57,381 142,534 84,320 145,113Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 575,402 $ 665,728 $ 597,077 $ 682,539Capital Improvements 15,998 - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 591,400 $ 665,728 $ 597,077 $ 682,539Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 591,400 $ 665,728 $ 597,077 $ 682,539Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 591,400 $ 665,728 $ 597,077 $ 682,539Total Expenditures $ 591,400 $ 665,728 $ 597,077 $ 682,539Number of Full Time Positions 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. In addition to the Director, this Division includes an Architect IV, Sr. FinancialCoordinator, two Contract Specialists, Office Associate III and Office Associate V.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $100,000 for architectural and engineering consulting as needed forproposed projects. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for allCounty departments.F - 60


Department: Facilities Development and ManagementProgram: Facilities MaintenanceExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 789,291 $ 698,829 $ 677,059 $ 678,043Operating 985,591 723,836 702,073 592,174Capital Outlay 13,000 - 5,923 85,000Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,787,883 $ 1,422,665 $ 1,385,055 $ 1,355,217Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 1,787,883 $ 1,422,665 $ 1,385,055 $ 1,355,217Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 1,787,883 $ 1,422,665 $ 1,385,055 $ 1,355,217Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 1,787,883 $ 1,422,665 $ 1,385,055 $ 1,355,217Total Expenditures $ 1,787,883 $ 1,422,665 $ 1,385,055 $ 1,355,217Number of Full Time Positions 18.0 15.0 15.0 14.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 18.0 15.0 15.0 14.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. In addition, personal services has been reduced by a Trades Crew Leader position.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $292,657 in contractual services for custodial services for all facilitiesincluding those new facilities being added. Repair and maintenance includes $35,699 as well as $68,589 for operating suppliesand $34,269 in fuel for 11 vehicles, two golf carts and seven pieces of major equipment assigned to the Division. Additionally,the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments which totals$134,980.Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $50,000 for a replacement maintenance work order software package and $35,000for audio/visual system upgrades to the board chambers.F - 61


Department: Facilities Development and ManagementProgram: Jail and Sheriff Facilities MaintenanceExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 230,272 $ 151,001 $ 153,771 $ 193,951Operating 167,284 269,711 248,108 280,389Capital Outlay 8,499 17,000 16,800 17,000Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 406,055 $ 437,712 $ 418,679 $ 491,340Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 406,055 $ 437,712 $ 418,679 $ 491,340Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 406,055 $ 437,712 $ 418,679 $ 491,340Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 406,055 $ 437,712 $ 418,679 $ 491,340Total Expenditures $ 406,055 $ 437,712 $ 418,679 $ 491,340Number of Full Time Positions 5.0 3.0 3.0 4.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 5.0 3.0 3.0 4.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Personal services also reflects the addition of a reclassified Trades Crew Leader toMaintenance Technician I position which was transferred from Facilities Maintenance.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $248,716 in repairs and maintenance to be used for the Detention Center,Sheriff's Administration Building and South Lake Sub-Station in Clermont. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased riskinsurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 includes the cost to replace two mowers for the Sheriff's lawn maintenance crew.F - 62


Department: Facilities Development and ManagementProgram: Energy ManagementExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 287,744 $ 284,471 $ 282,222 $ 293,548Operating 1,697,145 1,915,238 1,903,433 1,756,035Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,984,890 $ 2,199,709 $ 2,185,655 $ 2,049,583Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 1,984,890 $ 2,199,709 $ 2,185,655 $ 2,049,583Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 1,984,890 $ 2,199,709 $ 2,185,655 $ 2,049,583Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 1,984,890 $ 2,199,709 $ 2,185,655 $ 2,049,583Total Expenditures $ 1,984,890 $ 2,199,709 $ 2,185,655 $ 2,049,583Number of Full Time Positions 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Personnel in this Division include the Energy Management Supervisor and fourEnergy Maintenance Technicians.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $1,525,580 in utility services for power, water/sewer, garbage collection,and natural gas, and $186,099 in repairs and maintenance for cooling tower and chiller maintenance along with energyimprovements throughout county facilities. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25percent to 100 percent for all County departments.F - 63


Facilities Development and ManagementPerformance MeasurementsKey ObjectivesFacilities AdministrationManage Projects in the Pre-design Phase (Prior to Schematic Design)Manage Projects in the Design Phase (Schematic Design through Construction Documents)Manage Projects in the Construction PhaseManage Projects funded through other DepartmentsFacilities ManagementPerform Preventative Maintenance Work OrdersPerform Work Orders Other than Preventative MaintenancePerformance MeasuresFacilities AdministrationActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Number of Projects Managed in the Pre-design Phase 16 9 1Number of Projects Managed in the Design Phase 12 19 6Number of Projects Managed in the Construction Phase 7 19 14Number of Projects Managed for Other Departments 14 17 8Facilities ManagementNumber of Preventative Maintenance Work Orders Performed 2,946 2,957 3,305Number of Work Orders Performed Other than PreventativeMaintenance 5,582 5,536 6,188F - 64


Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalGENERAL (0010)Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Facilities Development and ManagementJail and Sheriff Maintenance(2) Mower, 60" 0851120 $ - $ 17,000 $ 17,000Facilities MaintenanceMaintenance Work order Software 0851110 - 50,000 50,000Board Chambers Audio/Visual System upgrades 0851110 35,000 - 35,000Total General Fund $ 35,000 $ 67,000 $ 102,000TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 35,000 $ 67,000 $ 102,000F - 65


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Growth ManagementOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERDeputy County ManagerGrowth Management Director(31)Office Associate VProgram AssociatePLANNING AND COMMUNITYDESIGN DIVISION(13)BUILDING SERVICESDIVISION(15)Planning Division ManagerBuilding ServicesDivision ManagerChief Planner (2)Sr. Planner (2)Planner (2)Associate Planner(3)GIS AnalystEnvironmentalSpecialistSr. Building Inspector (2)Senior Plans ExaminerChief InspectorLicensing Investigator (2)Public Hearing AssociatePermitting Technician I (2)Chief Plans ExaminerAssociate Plans ExaminerFire InspectorBuilding SupervisorPermitting Technician IIOffice Associate IVLegend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [16]Building Services [15]Advisory Committees:Capital Facilities Advisory CommitteeEnterprise Zone Development AgencyPlanning and Community Design:Board of AdjustmentMining CommitteePlanning and Zoning BoardBuilding Services: Board of Building ExaminersProposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 68


Growth ManagementMission Statement:To ensure the implementation of policies adopted by the Board of County Commissioners while making available excellencein customer service; supporting economic development and tourism promotion efforts; preserving the character of ourexisting communities and unique rural landscapes; guiding future growth and development through effective planning,zoning, data analysis, permitting and enforcement; preserving resources for future generations; and addressing the needs andconcerns of our citizens while ensuring their quality of life.Program Descriptions:• Administration is responsible for the oversight of the Department and all its programs, functions and advisory boardsincluding the Enterprise Zone Development Agency and the Capital Facilities Advisory Committee. Administrationworks with County management to ensure compliance with all County policies and procedures and is responsible forspecial projects including advanced education (such as Green Symposiums and support for Economic Development) andthe Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) program.• The Planning and Community Design Division is responsible for the review ofall residential, commercial, industrial, public facility and residential sitedevelopment within unincorporated Lake County. The Division ensurescompliance with the Lake County Land Development Regulations andComprehensive Plan and assists businesses through the development process. Theother major function of the Division is the review of application requests to changeor alter zoning or future land use categories for specific properties for complianceand consistency with the Comprehensive Plan. Recommendations on theapplications are made to the Planning and Zoning Board/Local Planning Agency and the Board of CountyCommissioners for their consideration. Planning and Community Design is also responsible for maintaining the internalconsistency of the Land Development Regulations and consistency of those regulations with the goals, objectives andpolicies of the Comprehensive Plan.• The Building Services Division is responsible for building construction plan review, permitting and inspection inunincorporated Lake County and the Town of Montverde to ensure compliance with the Florida Building Code and toprotect the public safety. It also enforces applicable County land developmentregulations. Another major function of the Building Services Division is contractorlicensing and un-licensed contractor activity. Lake County currently licenses mostall trades of construction. Local city jurisdictions look to the County BuildingDivision to verify licensing requirements have been met prior to issuingpermits. Building Services acts on complaints of unlicensed contractor activity inthe unincorporated Lake County and within the city limits through inter-localagreements.Department Goals and Objectives:Lake County is a High Performance Organization:• The Growth Management Department is examining processes to make them more customer-friendly. Staff has beenstudying other county systems to learn more efficient and effective means of processing development applications.Expansion of innovative technology has allowed additional online permitting capabilities, streamlined review andpermitting processes, paperless processing, and faster distribution of application packages to reviewers. The Departmentis working with Information Technology (IT) to move towards completely digital permit and application processing.Instructional guides are being created for obtaining permits in all categories.• Online zoning permits and conformance letters continue to streamline processes. Customers will soon be able to tracktheir projects online, read messages about their project status and estimated time to complete the project. Expansion ofF - 69


Growth Managementresidential and commercial online services will eliminate the need for a customer to come into the office for simpleprojects. Commercial online services will go live in September 2012.• Continued review of the organization will allow for “one stop shop” permitting between the various review Departments.Lake County is a Leader in Multi-jurisdictional Cooperation:• The Growth Management staff continues to work with Lake County municipalities through interlocal agreements inlicensing, plan review and inspections and through Interlocal Service Boundary Agreements covering manyintergovernmental issues.• Growth Management has Joint Planning Areas (JPA) with Lady Lake, Mount Dora and Clermont and coordinatesprocesses through those JPAs. Cooperation and coordination with other agencies (Lake County MPO, Lake CountyHealth Department (LCHD), Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), Fish and Wildlife Services, etc.)is ongoing as needed.• Staff is preparing a Sector Plan framework which will be multi-jurisdictional and a public-private partnership.The Economy of Lake County is Strong, Diversified, and Sustainable:• Growth Management leads the administration of the newly created Enterprise Zone, which promotes diversifiedsustainability in three areas in the County (portions of Eustis, Leesburg and Mascotte).• Increased focus has been placed on the administration of the EECBG, the goal of which is job creation in the County.Growth Management has a dedicated planner to work on this project who has been coordinating the activities of severaldepartments and external agencies, including LSCC and Lake Tech, towards that end. This project is ongoing throughJuly 2012 and has the potential for extension should additional funding be made available from DOE.• The Department continually reviews and assesses the permitting, plan review and inspection process so that permits canbe issued in a timely manner. The 2030 Comprehensive Plan allows for an easier process in determining wherecommercial development can take place and creates additional areas for the development of commercial and industrialbusinesses in Lake County.• Our goal is to create a process wherein one person (advocate) is the main contact for a customer as they go through theCounty’s permitting process. The Land Development Regulation amendments will provide for processes that are userfriendly and clear.Lake County Preserves Environmental Resources:• Growth Management leads the Green Team, which is an ongoing program that routinely meets to discuss newtechnologies in an assortment of “green practices,” including alternative energy sources, green building initiatives, waterconservation, fuel reduction, habitat protection and wildlife preservation.In conjunction with the Office of Economic Development and Tourism,the Green Team hosted the Central Florida Garden Fair to educate localprofessionals and offer businesses an opportunity to showcase theirwares.• Growth Management has assisted applicants with the Upland CommunityPreservation requirements by accepting monies that are placed in a fundto allow better preservation of like upland communities when it is notfeasible to preserve land on the project site.Urban Development is Well Planned and Implemented:• The 2030 Comprehensive Plan (Plan) recognizes three SpecialCommunities within Lake County; Mount Plymouth-Sorrento, Ferndaleand Sunnyside. These policies support the pursuit of CommunityRedevelopment Agencies (CRA) and other overlays in small urbanizedunincorporated areas that promote improved quality of life.F - 70


Growth Management• Fiscal Year 2013 will see amendments made to the Land Development Regulations such as Zoning Districts and map,Landscape Ordinance Review, Mining Regulations, Nonconforming/Vested Rights, and Specific Ordinances asrequested by the BCC.Appearance of Lake County is Esthetically Pleasing and Well Designed:• Growth Management requires preservation of native trees and requires additional landscaping along major corridorswhen sites are developed in addition to placement of sidewalks. The Department is promoting the placement of art workand we have condensed the signage for multiple tenants. The Department is also in the process of working on policieswithin the 2030 Comprehensive Plan which created Major Commercial Corridors in which infill development will beencouraged. The Comprehensive Plan requires commercial site design standards to enhance community aesthetics.F - 71


Growth ManagementActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by Division/ProgramAdministration $ 413,049 $ 393,351 $ 340,989 $ 318,345Building Services 1,144,249 1,172,449 1,043,894 1,662,596Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant 1,196,801 1,549,493 1,377,740 297,453Planning and Community Design 942,691 943,541 927,541 960,430Total Expenditures $ 3,696,790 $ 4,058,834 $ 3,690,164 $ 3,238,824Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 2,252,281 $ 2,230,897 $ 2,052,399 $ 2,119,602Operating 921,052 853,174 956,573 250,180Capital Outlay - - 3,500 -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 3,173,332 $ 3,084,071 $ 3,012,472 $ 2,369,782Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 454,900 674,724 618,374 48,654Transfers 68,558 59,318 59,318 63,571Reserves - 240,721 - 756,817Total Operating Expenditures $ 3,696,790 $ 4,058,834 $ 3,690,164 $ 3,238,824Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 3,696,790 $ 4,058,834 $ 3,690,164 $ 3,238,824Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 1,355,740 $ 1,336,892 $ 1,268,530 $ 1,278,775Building Services 1,144,249 1,172,449 1,043,894 1,662,596Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant 1,196,801 1,549,493 1,377,740 297,453Total Expenditures $ 3,696,790 $ 4,058,834 $ 3,690,164 $ 3,238,824Number of Full Time Positions 36.0 35.0 35.0 31.0Number of Part Time Positions 1.0 2.0 2.0 2.0Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 36.6 36.1 36.1 31.7F - 72


Department: Growth ManagementProgram: AdministrationExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 335,331 $ 309,712 $ 271,865 $ 239,518Operating 29,707 34,985 20,470 30,173Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 365,039 $ 344,697 $ 292,335 $ 269,691Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 48,010 48,654 48,654 48,654Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 413,049 $ 393,351 $ 340,989 $ 318,345Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 413,049 $ 393,351 $ 340,989 $ 318,345Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 413,049 $ 393,351 $ 340,989 $ 318,345Total Expenditures $ 413,049 $ 393,351 $ 340,989 $ 318,345Number of Full Time Positions 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from$5,500 to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. The Development Processing Manager position which was vacant forFiscal Year 2012 is being eliminated in Fiscal Year 2013 for a savings of $77,100.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $12,600 in promotional activities for materials and supplies for theLake County Green Team and $3,765 in repair and maintenance for software maintenance. Additionally, the budget reflectsthe increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.F - 73


Department: Growth ManagementDivision: Building ServicesExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 940,825 $ 930,652 $ 836,666 $ 1,000,719Operating 134,866 142,209 144,410 138,942Capital Outlay - - 3,500 -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,075,691 $ 1,072,861 $ 984,576 $ 1,139,661Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 68,558 59,318 59,318 63,571Reserves - 40,270 - 459,364Total Operating Expenditures $ 1,144,249 $ 1,172,449 $ 1,043,894 $ 1,662,596Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 1,144,249 $ 1,172,449 $ 1,043,894 $ 1,662,596Expenditures by FundBuilding Services $ 1,144,249 $ 1,172,449 $ 1,043,894 $ 1,662,596Total Expenditures $ 1,144,249 $ 1,172,449 $ 1,043,894 $ 1,662,596Number of Full Time Positions 18.0 17.0 17.0 15.0Number of Part Time Positions - 1.0 1.0 1.0Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 18.0 17.5 17.5 15.1Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from$5,500 to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. The Personal Services budget was decreased by $91,420 as a result of theelimination of a vacant Senior Building Inspector for savings of $51,867, the reclassification of a Chief Inspector position to aSenior Building Inspector for a savings of $16,862 and the reduction in funding for a limited term Fire Inspector for savings of$22,691. The Department, which began operating on a modified 32 hour work schedule starting in Fiscal Year 2009 in orderto curb expenditures, has budgeted staff for 40 hours in Fiscal Year 2013 for an increase of $187,101 in Personal Services.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $59,289 in countywide software maintenance for numerous maintenancecontracts on programs essential to the operation, and $12,400 in repair and maintenance and $26,400 in fuel costs for 10inspector vehicles. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent forall County departments.F - 74


Department: Growth ManagementProgram: Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)Expenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 92,245 $ 134,240 $ 87,575 $ -Operating 697,667 588,732 720,445 -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 789,912 $ 722,972 $ 808,020 $ -Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 406,890 626,070 569,720 -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 200,451 - 297,453Total Operating Expenditures $ 1,196,801 $ 1,549,493 $ 1,377,740 $ 297,453Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 1,196,801 $ 1,549,493 $ 1,377,740 $ 297,453Expenditures by FundEnergy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant $ 1,196,801 $ 1,549,493 $ 1,377,740 $ 297,453Total Expenditures $ 1,196,801 $ 1,549,493 $ 1,377,740 $ 297,453Number of Full Time Positions 1.0 1.0 1.0 -Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 1.0 1.0 1.0 -Highlights:In Fiscal Year 2010, Lake County was awarded $2,807,500 under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Formula Grant Program. Although the program involvesnumerous County departments, the Growth Management Department was designated as the responsible department forimplementation of the EECBG program. The program is scheduled to end July 2012.F - 75


Department: Growth ManagementDivision: Planning and Community DesignExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 883,880 $ 856,293 $ 856,293 $ 879,365Operating 58,811 87,248 71,248 81,065Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 942,691 $ 943,541 $ 927,541 $ 960,430Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 942,691 $ 943,541 $ 927,541 $ 960,430Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 942,691 $ 943,541 $ 927,541 $ 960,430Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 942,691 $ 943,541 $ 927,541 $ 960,430Total Expenditures $ 942,691 $ 943,541 $ 927,541 $ 960,430Number of Full Time Positions 13.0 13.0 13.0 13.0Number of Part Time Positions 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 13.6 13.6 13.6 13.6Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from$5,500 to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. This Division includes a part time Public Hearing Associate position.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $17,500 in professional services for studies, applications and ordinancedevelopment required for Land Development Regulations (LDR), $9,792 for countywide software maintenance contract and$8,400 for increased legal notices resulting from new LDR's. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insuranceallocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.F - 76


Growth ManagementKey ObjectivesPerformance MeasurementsPlanning and Community DesignProvide excellent customer service in a timely manner while adhering to the Lake County Comprehensive Plan and LandDevelopment Regulations (LDR)Implementing the Online Permitting process to better serve the public and increase turnaround timeUsing our staff resources to plan an aesthetically pleasing and functional countyDevelopment ProcessProvide excellent customer service for the citizens of Lake CountyMaintain shared development project files for Development Process and Planning and Community DesignMaintain accurate databases of Concurrency Management AccountsInform and update citizens regarding Impact FeesBuilding ServicesTo provide efficient and timely permitting, inspection and plan review in an effort to improve Lake County's builtenvironmentTo guard against code violations or license misuse by aggressively pursuing complaints against unlicensed contractorsTo provide excellent customer service by using all available technology to increase turnaround time for permitting and planreviewPerformance MeasuresActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Planning and Community DesignCustomers ServedIn Person 3,061 3,500 3,605On the Phone 22,820 21,244 21,881On the Web - Information 237 342 352Zoning Clearances 1,780 1,686 1,737Lot Splits 18 8 8Lot Line Deviation 20 20 21Lots of Record 33 34 35Zoning Conformance Letters 19 4 4Board Applications (Rezonings, Conditional Use Permits (CUP),Variances, Comprehensive Plan and LDR Amendments) 33 80 82Plats, Pre-submittals, Plan Amendments 86 92 95Average Setbacks 22 20 21Tree Removal Permits 11 8 8Special Event Permits 14 24 25F - 77


Growth ManagementPerformance MeasuresPlanning and Community Design (cont'd)Performance MeasurementsActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Open Air Vendor 24 34 35Farm Structure Waivers 39 18 19Vested Rights 0 8 8Development Processing (DP)New Applications processed 96 112 124Commercial impact fee plan review, calculation and assessment 66 114 148Residential impact fee plan review, calculation and assessment 623 864 1,100Customers served 75 85 90Phone calls 577 656 700Building ServicesCustomers ServedIn Person 8,370 8,390 8,560On the Phone 20,030 22,280 22,720On the Web 2,215 2,230 2,280Faxes 6,740 6,940 7,080InspectionsRegular 20,890 21,140 21,560Re-inspections 2,725 2,055 2,095Plan ReviewNew plans submitted (includes re-submittals) 5,150 5,315 5,420Plans reviewed 4,830 4,990 5,100Permits IssuedSingle Family 285 295 301Multi-Family 10 5 5Mobile Homes 90 95 95Commercial Structures 95 120 120All Other Permits 5,650 5,895 6,015Contractor and Unlicensed Contractor ComplaintsLicensed 15 30 35Unlicensed 220 290 310F - 78


HumanResources


Human ResourcesOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERHuman Resources Director(8)Employee and LaborRelations (4)Risk and BenefitsManagement (3)Human ResourcesManagerRisk and BenefitsManagerHuman ResourcesSpecialistRisk and BenefitsSpecialistFinancial AnalystRisk and BenefitsRepresentativeHuman ResourcesTechnicianLegend:Section( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [3]Employee Group Benefits Fund [1]Property and Casualty Fund 50%, Employee Group Benefits Fund 50% [2]General Fund 50%, Property and Casualty Fund 25%, Employee Group Benefits Fund 25% [1]Property and Casualty Fund 75%, Employee Group Benefits 25% [1]Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 80


Human ResourcesMission Statement:To develop, implement and support programs and processes that add value to the County and its employees, leading toimproved employee wellbeing, growth and retention, while committed to the County’s goals and its management andprosperity for its employees, citizens, and customers/businesses. This is accomplished through compliance with applicableemployment law, current employment policies and procedures, thorough guidance to departments and employees, equalopportunity recruitment, and employee development/training opportunities, as well as pro-actively administering the risk andbenefits programs for the County and other participating entities.Program Descriptions:• The Human Resources Department has two areas of expertise, one concentrates on the human resource needs of theorganization, and the other area focuses on risk and benefits administration. The Human Resources functions includestaffing and recruitment oversight; employee and labor relations; developmentand interpretation of employment related policies and procedures; maintenanceof the personnel and self-service functions of the County’s Human ResourcesInformation System; preparation of annual personnel and benefits projections;preparation of Equal Employment Opportunity plan reports; coordination ofFederal Transit Administration random drug screen compliance for the PublicTransportation Division; coordination of the performance evaluation program;publication of the Lake@Work employee newsletter; training and development; development and maintenance of jobdescriptions; coordination of labor law posters; administration of the volunteer program; distribution of employmentrelated reports, evaluations, Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and position changes; process of outside employmentrequests; response to unemployment compensation claims and process payment of general fund claims; processpersonnel changes for the Board of County Commissioners, Metropolitan Planning Organization, and Supervisor ofElections; coordination of the employee recognition and service awardprograms, as well as periodic County Manager employee and leadershipmeetings; organization of the County’s participation in United Way and blooddrives; development and distribution of employment policies and procedures;and preparation of related communication initiatives and maintenance of personnel records.• The Risk and Benefits Management functions include management of the Workers’ Compensation, and Property andLiability programs; development and interpretation of risk and benefits related policies and procedures; coordination ofthe claims committee and Safety Action Team; coordination of the Drug Free Workplace Program; organization of theannual risk renewal process with the contracted insurance broker; receipt and issuance of certificates of insurance;administration of benefits program and associated vendor arrangements, including medical, dental, vision, legal,employee assistance program, life insurance disability, flexible spending, and other service providers; organization of theEmployee Benefits Annual Open Enrollment, plan document changes, and Health Management Program; coordination ofthe retirement process, including collaboration with Florida Retirement System and deferred compensation providers;leave administration (FMLA, Sick Leave Bank, and leave of absences); organization of the annual actuarial reviewsconducted for self-funded health and risk plans, and periodic Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) 45studies (accounting and financial reporting by employers for post-employment benefits other than pensions); preparationof the risk and benefits program budgets and other participating entity arrangements; and preparation of relatedcommunication initiatives and maintenance of risk and benefits records.F - 81


Human ResourcesDepartment Goals and Objectives:Lake County is a High Performance Organization:• The Human Resources Department facilitates this charge by communicating and supporting initiatives of excellentcustomer service. Through the training of new employees entering the organization, communication efforts directed tocurrent employees, and supporting the County’s business-friendly initiative, the Department is able to ensure thatcitizens and internal customers are receiving optimal service.• Human Resources will lead and assist departments with succession planning through targeted material and individualizedinformational/planning sessions.• The Human Resources Department will continue developing and implementing health education and awarenessprograms to assist employees in better management and prevention of chronic health conditions.F - 82


Human ResourcesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by Division/ProgramHuman Resources $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Total Expenditures $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 560,565 $ 689,977 $ 646,972 $ 663,871Operating 29,176 60,479 50,805 59,726Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Total Expenditures $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Number of Full Time Positions 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0F - 83


Department: Human ResourcesProgram: Human ResourcesActual Adopted Estimated AdoptedExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 560,565 $ 689,977 $ 646,972 $ 663,871Operating 29,176 60,479 50,805 59,726Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Total Expenditures $ 589,741 $ 750,456 $ 697,777 $ 723,597Number of Full Time Positions 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. The costs associated with unemployment compensation claims and paymentprocessing of General Fund claims is budgeted at $160,000, which was reduced $40,000 over the prior year.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $35,400 in professional services for random drug testing, driver's licensechecks, sick leave bank requests, background checks, leadership team training, and labor attorney fees. Reprographics costs arebudgeted at $5,400 which includes open enrollment packages, employee notifications, internal and external document requests,employee training program materials, and volunteer program materials. There is $4,000 budgeted for employee and volunteerrecognition supplies, recruiting ads, and legal notices. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocationfrom 25 percent to 100 percent for all county departments.F - 84


Human ResourcesKey ObjectivesPerformance MeasurementsHuman Resources:Support recruitment and selection initiatives to ensure County employs a qualified and diverse workforceProvide New Employee Orientation (NEO) sessions to facilitate assimilation into the County's workplace cultureDevelop, implement and/or coordinate training programs that increase individual and organizational effectiveness andcompliance by enhancing individual employee knowledge and skillsProvide supervisory training and development to assist with professional development and complianceDeliver volunteer services that provide value to internal departments and meaningful experiences to the volunteersPerformance MeasuresHuman Resources:Actual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Job postings 57 77 85Applications received 3,522 4,000 5,000Internal promotions 13 25 30New employees recruited 66 73 80New Employee Orientation (NEO) sessions offered 7 8 8NEO training hours 245 336 336Develop, implement and/or coordinate training programs 4 4 4Participants Attending* 42 750 750Education hours* 85 800 800Supervisory training and development classes/programs offered 1 3 3Participants* 27 432 284Training hours* 162 864 628Human Resources/Volunteer Services:Background checks completed by new volunteers 192 208 225Volunteer hours donated 23,000 21,000 21,500*Enhanced compliance refresher courses and skills training to be providedF - 85


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InformationTechnology


Information TechnologyOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERInformation Technology Director(24)Office AssociateIVProgramming andApplication SupportDivision (4)InformationSystems Division(7)TelecommunicationsDivision (3)GeographicInformation ServicesDivision (7)RecordsManagement(1)Programming andApplicationSupport DivisionManagerDatabaseAdministratorGIS ProgrammerSystemCoordinatorOnBaseAdministrator/Business AnalystInformationSystems DivisionManagerLAN/WANSpecialistNetworkAdministrator (3)Lead NetworkTechnicianNetworkTechnicianTelecommunicationsDivision ManagerTelecommunicationsSystemsAdministratorTelecommunicationsService SpecialistGIS ProjectCoordinatorLand RecordsCoordinatorSenior GIS Analyst(4)GIS AnalystOfficeAssociate IILegend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [24]Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 88


Information TechnologyMission Statement:To enable high performance within Lake County government through the delivery of powerful and innovative technologysolutions designed to meet the needs of our users, businesses, and citizens. In doing this, we demonstrate the value thatInformation Technology brings through applied technology, software development, computer and telecommunicationssystem design, geospatial analysis, and customer service and support.Program Descriptions:• The Telecommunications Division provides and maintains telephone equipment and services for all Lake Countygovernment agencies; the Board of County Commissioners (BCC), Clerk of the Court, Public Defender, State Attorney,Lake County Sheriff, Property Appraiser, Supervisor of Elections, Lake County Health Department (LCHD), andprovides technical assistance to the Lake County Tax Collector’s Office. The Division maintains over 2,400 phoneinstruments as well as automated call distribution (ACD) systems, voicemail, and duress alarms. Additionally,cellular/wireless phones assigned to BCC personnel are managed by the Telecommunications Division. The Division isalso responsible for providing telecom solutions for all newly constructed facilities like the new Lake CountyCourthouse, the Emergency Communications and Operations Center (ECOC), and the new Health Department Officesand Clinics throughout the county.• The Information Systems Division provides and maintains all computer and computer based equipment used by thedepartments of the Board of County Commissioners and the operation of the county’s networkbackbone which is made available to all county agencies. Supporting over 700 computer users, 120 fileservers, and the local and wide area networks that tie them together is a major undertaking. Servermanagement, change management, network security, backup and recovery, and helpdesk are just someof the duties performed by the Division which also provides these services to the Supervisor ofElections and the Property Appraiser upon request.• The Programming and Application Support Services (PASS) Division provides computer application support to thedepartments and Supervisor of Elections. Internet applications development by PASS has made online permitting forresidential and commercial projects a reality, the first in the State of Florida to do so. PASS duties include databaseadministration, electronic document management, Geographic Information Services (GIS) programming, and customcoding (programming) to integrate back office systems. Without this vital group, an efficient workflow between majorbusiness processes and departments would not be possible. The work of PASS makes business knowledge available tostaff so they can provide excellent service to our customers.• The Geographic Information Services Division is responsible for the analysis of data from a geographic perspective;creation of various GIS layers including the parcel layer, streets layer, hydrologylayer and other layers used by the departments; layers needed for import intodispatch systems for law enforcement and emergency service agencies;responding to cartography requests; and addressing of new structures within thecounty. GIS enables decision makers to visualize the facts, figures, effects, andresults of decisions through modeling and analysis of data and scenarios. GISilluminates understanding through data visualization thereby maximizing businessknowledge.• The Records Management Section oversees the Lake County Board of County Commissioners’ records managementprogram. In accordance with Florida Statutes and Administrative Code, Records Management assists the departmentswith records retention, storage, and the destruction of records. The Section performs periodic training for thedepartmental records coordinators, stores and retrieves records at the department’s request, functions as RecordsManagement Liaison Officer to the Division of Library and Information Services, and manages the BCC RecordsStorage Facility.F - 89


Information Technology• The Administration Section provides oversight of all IT divisions and the Records Management Section.Administration keeps the overall IT focus on carrying out the directives of county leadership and ensuring that alldivisions within the department are coordinating well with one another and the departments and constitutional offices.Other duties include budgeting, accounts payable, procurement, employee development, and overall projectmanagement.Department Goals and Objectives:Lake County is a High Performance Organization:• The IT Telecommunications Division will continue to work with CenturyLink to fine tune the amount of phone lines wehave versus the amount of phone lines we need. This will allow us to determine if we have the correct amount of phonelines for the public to reach county offices when the need arises. The Division will referenceCenturyLink usage reports to determine the County’s changing needs. In most cases, the resultshould be a reduction in lines yielding a savings without affecting our service level to the public.The Division will work to increase the amount of locations on the county 4 digit dial network,with staff working with county offices at remote locations. It is anticipated that at least two morelocations will be added to the county telecom network. Accomplishing this will save the Countymoney and will lead to a more efficient communications system with the added benefit of avoicemail consolidation. The Division will also continue to work with the Lake CountyDepartment of Health (LCHD) to reduce their land line expenditures with staff working with anoutside vendor to engineer a network design that is efficient and less costly to operate. With the installation of these newphone systems in many of the health department office locations, customer service and service delivery for our citizenswill be greatly improved. By the end of Fiscal Year 2013, the installation process should be 50 percent complete withmodifying the LCHD telecommunications network.• Over the last three years the Information Systems Division has been restructuring its storage infrastructure to supportvirtualization and to meet the demands of new technology. Data centralization has occurred naturally with this processand has driven Information Systems to re-evaluate the data protection strategy. The infrastructure is now in a positionwhere data can be easily replicated one or more times to provide redundancy. Replication allows multiple copies of datato be kept inexpensively and allows restoration of data to occur much more quickly than relying on tapes. Approval forthe county to build a hardened Emergency Communications and Operations Center (ECOC) facility provides additionalopportunities for the Division. This location will make an ideal candidate for off-site replication providing the countyconfidence that its data will be safe and secure even during extreme situations. At this time no additional equipment isneeded. Completion of the ECOC building will provide the facilities for off-site replication. By the end of Fiscal Year2013, it is expected that 75% of the county’s data will be replicated through automated processes to the offsite hardenedECOC building. The Information Systems Division continues to roll out the Windows 7 operating system while it beginsto prepare for Windows 8. The hard deadline to upgrade all computers to Windows 7 is April 2014. The Windows 8consumer preview was released in March 2012 and the final build is expected to be released by the end of 2012. TheDivision has already begun taking steps to evaluate the feasibility of upgrading to Windows 8 when it is released. Sincewe expect Windows 8 to be available during Fiscal Year 2013, Windows 7 roll outs may need to be discontinued in lieuof Windows 8. No additional equipment is needed for this project. By the end of Fiscal Year 2013 we expect that 75percent of the county’s desktop computers will be running the Windows 7 or Windows 8 operating system.• The Programming and Application Support Services (PASS) Division was successful with the implementation of onlinesingle family residential permits during Fiscal Year 2012, and is turning their focus to online commercial permitting forFiscal Year 2013. While the County has online permitting for residential projects, it does not have anything online forcommercial projects. With staff time as the only resource required, it is anticipated that completion of the first fourphases of online commercial permitting to include the following online applications: Pre-application Conference, SitePlan, Commercial Building Plan Review, and Commercial Building Permit, will be complete by the end of Fiscal Year2013.F - 90


Information Technology• The Geographic Information Services Division strives to integrate old business processes and workflows with newtechnology in the form of web-based interactive maps allowing staff to monitor projects, analyze trends, and anticipateopportunities. It is our goal to put interactive mapping in the hands of all staff that need it, making the county a leader inGIS technology and offering easy access to accurate and reliable data. The training of current staff combined with an ongoingmentorship program will be critical to meeting these objectives. It will also require a desire/commitment byindividual departments to take advantage of the opportunities offered by GIS, and their active participation. It isanticipated to have 13 interactive web maps available to a variety of county offices, including two mobile mappingapplications. GIS is committed to be actively involved in each department’s business process to continually offer newand innovative ways to visualize, understand, and communicate spatial data. GIS will meet periodically with eachdepartment to better understand their processes and to look for ways to improve and enhance these processes throughGIS integration. It will require a close partnership with other departments for low-level data maintenance, freeing up GISstaff to perform high-level mapping and complex data analysis. It is anticipated that the number of GIS project requestswill increase by approximately 25 percent during Fiscal Year 2013.Lake County is a Leader in Multi-jurisdictional Cooperation:• PASS provides support to other county agencies such as the Sheriff and Lake Emergency Medical Services (LEMS). TheDivision will continue to work with GIS to simplify the Spillman and Zoll computer-aided design (CAD) systems updateprocess. The only resource required is staff time. This process should significantly lessen the time it takes to import andmanipulate the necessary GIS data into each CAD system.Lake County Preserves Environmental Resources:• The Information Systems Division has taken great strides to reduce the footprint of the data center by reducing thenumber of physical servers. The focus now shifts to desktops and the implementation of alternative devices that areeasier to manage and more eco-friendly. With the proper infrastructure existing in the data center, Information Systemsis now able to rollout up to twenty five Pano cube devices to replace traditional desktop computers. No additionalequipment is needed for this project. Distribution of Pano devices will begin in late 2012. It is anticipated that twentyfive desktops can be replaced with Pano devices during Fiscal Year 2013.F - 91


Information TechnologyActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by Division/ProgramAdministration $ 189,045 $ 158,074 $ 158,074 $ 163,177County Technology 490,471 693,074 693,074 478,096Geographic Information Services 558,156 487,952 487,952 497,418Information Systems 619,726 620,065 620,065 570,697Programming and Application Support Services 275,764 294,760 294,760 305,000Records Management 44,262 44,323 44,323 46,423Telecommunications 250,731 232,907 232,907 239,803Total Expenditures $ 2,428,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,300,614Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 1,853,870 $ 1,794,461 $ 1,794,461 $ 1,774,940Operating 571,699 624,194 624,194 525,674Capital Outlay 2,585 112,500 112,500 -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 2,428,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,300,614Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 2,428,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,300,614Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 2,428,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,300,614Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 2,428,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,300,614Total Expenditures $ 2,428,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,531,155 $ 2,300,614Number of Full Time Positions 26.0 25.0 25.0 24.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalents 26.0 25.0 25.0 24.0F - 92


Department: Information TechnologyProgram: AdministrationExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 157,368 $ 156,346 $ 156,346 $ 160,003Operating 31,677 1,728 1,728 3,174Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 189,045 $ 158,074 $ 158,074 $ 163,177Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 189,045 $ 158,074 $ 158,074 $ 163,177Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 189,045 $ 158,074 $ 158,074 $ 163,177Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 189,045 $ 158,074 $ 158,074 $ 163,177Total Expenditures $ 189,045 $ 158,074 $ 158,074 $ 163,177Number of Full Time Positions 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalents 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Administration salaries include the Information Technology Director and OfficeAssociate IV positions.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for allCounty departments.F - 93


Department: Information TechnologyProgram: County TechnologyExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 487,886 580,574 580,574 478,096Capital Outlay 2,585 112,500 112,500 -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 490,471 $ 693,074 $ 693,074 $ 478,096Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 490,471 $ 693,074 $ 693,074 $ 478,096Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 490,471 $ 693,074 $ 693,074 $ 478,096Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 490,471 $ 693,074 $ 693,074 $ 478,096Total Expenditures $ 490,471 $ 693,074 $ 693,074 $ 478,096Number of Full Time Positions - - - -Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalents - - - -Highlights:Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $358,098 in repairs and maintenance for all General Fund computers,printers, battery back-ups, servers, etc. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to100 percent for all County departments.F - 94


Department: Information TechnologyDivision: Geographic Information ServicesExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 551,671 $ 477,728 $ 477,728 $ 486,767Operating 6,485 10,224 10,224 10,651Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 558,156 $ 487,952 $ 487,952 $ 497,418Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 558,156 $ 487,952 $ 487,952 $ 497,418Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 558,156 $ 487,952 $ 487,952 $ 497,418Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 558,156 $ 487,952 $ 487,952 $ 497,418Total Expenditures $ 558,156 $ 487,952 $ 487,952 $ 497,418Number of Full Time Positions 8.0 7.0 7.0 7.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalents 8.0 7.0 7.0 7.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. In addition to the GIS Project Coordinator, this Division includes four Senior GISAnalysts, a GIS Analyst and a Land Records Coordinator.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for allCounty departments.F - 95


Department: Information TechnologyDivision: Information SystemsExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 603,834 $ 606,653 $ 606,653 $ 557,643Operating 15,892 13,412 13,412 13,054Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 619,726 $ 620,065 $ 620,065 $ 570,697Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 619,726 $ 620,065 $ 620,065 $ 570,697Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 619,726 $ 620,065 $ 620,065 $ 570,697Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 619,726 $ 620,065 $ 620,065 $ 570,697Total Expenditures $ 619,726 $ 620,065 $ 620,065 $ 570,697Number of Full Time Positions 8.0 8.0 8.0 7.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalents 8.0 8.0 8.0 7.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. A Technology Asset Analyst position was eliminated in the Information SystemsDivision for Fiscal Year 2013 for a savings of $64,184.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $1,100 in repairs and maintenance and $2,475 in operating supplies used tomaintain the County's network backbone and servers along with providing desktop support to all the computers locatedthroughout the county. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent forall County departments.F - 96


Department: Information TechnologyDivision: Programming and Application Support ServicesExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 274,124 $ 294,223 $ 294,223 $ 302,714Operating 1,640 537 537 2,286Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 275,764 $ 294,760 $ 294,760 $ 305,000Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 275,764 $ 294,760 $ 294,760 $ 305,000Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 275,764 $ 294,760 $ 294,760 $ 305,000Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 275,764 $ 294,760 $ 294,760 $ 305,000Total Expenditures $ 275,764 $ 294,760 $ 294,760 $ 305,000Number of Full Time Positions 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalents 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. This Division employs the Manager, Database Administrator, Business Analyst and aGIS Programmer System Coordinator.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for allCounty departments.F - 97


Department: Information TechnologyProgram: Records ManagementExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 39,121 $ 38,219 $ 38,219 $ 39,819Operating 5,141 6,104 6,104 6,604Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 44,262 $ 44,323 $ 44,323 $ 46,423Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 44,262 $ 44,323 $ 44,323 $ 46,423Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 44,262 $ 44,323 $ 44,323 $ 46,423Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 44,262 $ 44,323 $ 44,323 $ 46,423Total Expenditures $ 44,262 $ 44,323 $ 44,323 $ 46,423Number of Full Time Positions 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalents 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. This program is run by a single Office Associate II position.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $1,920 for off site microfilm storage and $1,130 in office supplies for publicrecords storage cartons required to store departmental records. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insuranceallocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.F - 98


Department: Information TechnologyDivision: TelecommunicationsExpenditures/PositionsActualFY 2011AdoptedFY 2012EstimatedFY 2012BudgetFY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 227,752 $ 221,292 $ 221,292 $ 227,994Operating 22,979 11,615 11,615 11,809Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 250,731 $ 232,907 $ 232,907 $ 239,803Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 250,731 $ 232,907 $ 232,907 $ 239,803Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 250,731 $ 232,907 $ 232,907 $ 239,803Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 250,731 $ 232,907 $ 232,907 $ 239,803Total Expenditures $ 250,731 $ 232,907 $ 232,907 $ 239,803Number of Full Time Positions 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalents 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. This Division employs a Telecommunications Division Manager, SystemsAdministrator and Service Specialist.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $5,000 in office supplies to support the telecom infrastructure of the County.Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all Countydepartments.F - 99


Information TechnologyKey ObjectivesPerformance MeasurementsTelecommunicationsManage increased amount of workordersAnalyze County phone expenses to determine if we are operating at lowest costAnalyze the Lake County Health Department (LCHD) telecom expenditures and network design efficiencyInformation SystemsReduce the risk of data lossProvide county employees with a productive computer environment (Windows 7 or 8 operating system installed)Reduce the power consumption due to desktop computersReduce the power consumption and cost of replacement serversProgramming and Application Support (PASS)Process improvementDatabase administrationGeographic Information Services (GIS) Database and Application administrationDocument Management and Agenda administrationGeographic Information Services (GIS)GIS support through spatial analysis and mappingInteractive GIS web mapping for staff and the publicPerformance MeasuresActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013TelecommunicationsProjection of Work Order Count 1,231 1,400 1,400Bill analysis (amount of bills) 24 24 20Review bills at the LCHD locations 2 8 10Information SystemsPercentage of data replicated to an off-site location 0% 25% 75%Percentage of county computers running current version ofWindows and Office ProfessionalPercentage of county computers replaced with low poweralternative devices33% 50% 75%1% 2% 3%Percentage of county servers virtualized 45% 55% 65%Programming and Application Support (PASS)Number of process improvements completed 109 110 115Online commercial permitting percentage completed 0% 50% 100%Number of databases with failover protection 0 5 25F - 100


Information TechnologyPerformance MeasuresPerformance MeasurementsActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Programming and Application Support (PASS) (cont'd)Migration of ArcGIS 10 percentage complete 25% 75% 100%Automated Agenda migration percentage complete 0% 25% 100%Geographic Information Services (GIS)GIS analysis projects 72 90 112GIS web maps available to county offices 5 10 13F - 101


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Legislative


LegislativeOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSCounty Commissioner(5)County Manager(3)BCC Support (3)Commissioners Aide (2)Office Associate IIILegend:( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Source [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [8]Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 104


LegislativeMission Statement:To ensure that Lake County citizens receive high quality government servicesrelated to transportation, public safety, and environmental and social services, aswell as to economic opportunities for the county.Program Descriptions:• The Board of County Commissioners is the legislative branch of County government. Individual Commissioners areboth lawmaking officers and fiscal representatives of the County. The County Manager and County Attorney areappointed by the Commissioners to oversee daily operations, personneland legal matters.F - 105


LegislativeActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by Division/ProgramBoard of County Commissioners $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Total Expenditures $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 656,194 $ 646,842 $ 646,842 $ 669,082Operating 36,330 33,433 33,433 38,424Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Total Expenditures $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Number of Full Time Positions 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0F - 106


Department: LegislativeProgram: Board of County CommissionersActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 656,194 $ 646,842 $ 646,842 $ 669,082Operating 36,330 33,433 33,433 38,424Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Total Expenditures $ 692,524 $ 680,275 $ 680,275 $ 707,506Number of Full Time Positions 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Personal Services for the Legislative Office consists of five commissioners, and threeadministrative support personnel.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes increased funding for costs associated with training and travel. Additionally,the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all county departments.F - 107


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PublicResources


Public Resources - Organization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERDeputy County ManagerPublic Resources Director(104)Program SpecialistOffice Associate VFinancial Coordinator Fairgrounds (2)Expo Center/FairgroundsProgram ManagerOffice AssociateIIILIBRARY SERVICESDIVISION (51)PARKS AND TRAILSDIVISION (33)AGRICULTURALEDUCATION SERVICESDIVISION (14)Library Services Division ManagerOffice Associate IV Librarian II (2)Public Services (37)Support Services (10)Parks and TrailsDivision ManagerLandscapeArchitect/Parks ProjectsCoordinatorExtensionAgent IVCounty ExtensionService DirectorExtensionAgent IIICooper Memorial (11)Librarian II(3)LibraryTechnicianOfficeAssociate IIAssistant Library Services DivisionManager/Regional Branch ManagerLibrarian ILibraryAssistant I(4)LawLibrary (1)LibraryAssistant IIMarion BaysingerMemorial (5)Regional BranchManagerLibrarian ILibrary AssistantI (6)Cagan CrossingsCommunity (10)East Lake (4)Librarian IILibrary AssistantIIAssistant LibraryServices DivisionManagerLibrarian IIILibrarian IILibrarian ILibraryTechnician (2)NetworkTechnician (2)DeliveryService Driver/Operator (2)Parks and TrailsProgram ManagerNaturalist - LandStewardPlannerConstruction Inspector ITrades Crew Leader (9)Park Ranger (2)Park Attendant (12)OfficeAssociate IVAccounting TechnicianPUBLIC LANDSPROGRAM (2)ExtensionAgent IIHLC GardensLandscapeTechnicianOfficeAssociate III (2)Lake Soil andWaterConservation (3)MobileIrrigationSpecialistMobileIrrigationTechnicianOffice AssociateIVExtensionAgent I (2)OfficeAssociate VMaintenanceWorker IILibrarian IILibraryAssistant IILibrarian IILibraryAssistant IIPark Ranger (2)LibraryAssistant I (3)LibraryAssistant I (2)Paisley (3)Astor (3)Librarian IILibraryAssistant ILibraryAssistant IILibrarian IILibraryAssistant I(2)Advisory Committees:Parks and Trails: Parks, Recreation and Trails Advisory BoardLibrary Services: Library Advisory BoardLegend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [73]Parks MSTU Fund [31]Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 110


Public ResourcesMission Statement:To provide and promote life enriching experiences that exceed expectations for Lake County residents and visitors.Program Descriptions:• Administration provides administrative and financial oversight of the department and recommends related policies,goals, objectives and budgets; and coordinates operation and scheduling of the Umatilla and Paisley Community Centers,which serve the local communities and hosts congregate meals for the elderly through Mid-Florida Community Services.The Fairgrounds program, also under Administration, is operated by Lake County, except during the Lake County Fair,when it is operated by the Lake County Fair Association. The Fairground facilities are rented out for special events and alocal Farmer’s Market is held at the Fairgrounds every Thursday.• The Agricultural Education Services Division, also known as Lake County Extension, is a division of the University ofFlorida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) operated in conjunction and cooperation with the LakeCounty Board of County Commissioners. The Division provides research-based information and educational resourcesfrom the University of Florida through various workshops, seminars, individual consultations, agricultural business sitevisits, newsletters, plant clinics and demonstrations. The Lake CountyExtension Program areas of expertise include: Urban Horticulture/MasterGardeners, Family and Consumer Sciences, 4-H Youth Development,Livestock and Natural Resources, Commercial Ornamental HorticultureProduction and Commercial Fruit Production. In addition to numerousprograms and events for commercial agriculture and citizens, the division hostsa successful Annual Farm Tour to introduce citizens to the agriculture in thecounty. The Horticultural Learning Center (HLC) also falls under the Divisionand is an educational resource that supports programs in horticulture,gardening, landscape design, and natural-resource management. The Lake County Water Authority provided a grant toinstall a cistern at the HLC and solar panels as part of a pilot project activity under the Energy Efficiency andConservation Block Grant (EECBG.); these two amenities have increased educational opportunities relating to waterresources and energy efficiency. The Discovery Gardens, covering four acres, are a series of themed demonstrationgardens designed to serve as a hands-on-learning tool. The Mobile Irrigation Lab Program assists commercial citrusgroves and nurseries with conserving water, along with inspecting irrigation systems and recommending enhancementsand efficiencies to save water and money. The Division also provides a staff assistant for the Lake Soil and WaterDistrict Board. Staff works closely with the Mobil Irrigation Lab Program and assists the Soil and Water District withprojects that inform the public about conservation programs. The Lake Soil and Water Conservation District Boardsponsors three educational events annually. The annual Land Judging competition invites student group teams to testtheir knowledge by judging soils. The District sponsors an Envirothon which is a natural resource education programtraditionally held at Hickory Point. The third event is a poster and speech contest with the annual theme selected by theNational Association of Conservation Districts. In addition to the educational events, the District holds an annual treegive away of approximately 1,500 bare root tree seedlings in honor of Florida Arbor Day.• The Library Services Division provides administration for six branch libraries and coordination of the Lake CountyLibrary System. The Lake County Library System is a single-county cooperative public library system with six countybranch libraries and nine municipal member libraries, with the Lake County BCC designated as the administrative headof the system. The Lake County Library System’s mission is “to serve as the gateway tothe world of information, ideas, and entertainment for all county residents”. Themember libraries participate in the system through interlocal agreements between theCounty and municipalities in order to provide citizens with consistency of serviceregardless of location. One of the highlights of the system is the partnership betweenLake County, Lake-Sumter Community College and the University of Central Florida tooperate the Cooper Memorial Library, a branch library in Clermont. The Divisionconsists of Administration, Public Services and Support Services. Administration andF - 111


Public ResourcesSupport Services provide system wide administration, oversight and technical support services. The Division Manageracts as staff liaison to the Lake County Library Advisory Board. The Division Manager is also the designatedAdministrative Head of the Library System for State reporting purposes and recommends county wide library policies,plans and procedures. Rounding out Administration are the system wide coordinators who insure consistency and qualityin literacy, youth and adult programming. Support Services, administered by an Assistant Library Services DivisionManager, provides a wide array of technical services and support. This program is responsible for the system-wideautomation system which provides both wired and wireless internet and computer access to all libraries as well as theintegrated operating systems that make up the electronic library catalog, patron database, circulation system, on-lineservices and a number of peripheral systems. Some of the peripheral systems include self-checkout, Radio FrequencyIdentification (RFID) security, and computer reservation and printing systems. Support Services also provides catalogingservices, system-wide report services, database maintenance, computer and server support, e-rate applicationsmanagement, system-wide courier service, interlibrary loans and books-by-mail services. Public Services includesoversight, administration and operation of the six branch libraries. Oversight and administrative responsibility is sharedby the Division Manager and the Regional Branch Manager/Assistant Library Services Division Manager. Each branchlibrary also has a Branch Manager or Regional Branch Manager to oversee day-to-day operations. Hours and depth ofservices vary at each library based on size of staff and facility, budget, and community need.• The Parks and Trails Division develops and maintains County parks, recreation sites, trails, and boat ramps; preservesnatural areas and public lands; and maintains abandoned cemeteries. Community center facilities are assigned to theDivision, and the Minneola Athletic Complex was added at the beginning of Fiscal Year 2012. In 2004, Lake Countyvoters approved a $36 million public lands referendum, which centered on four main categories; protection of waterresources, protection of natural communities and landscapes, protection of plant and animal species and protection ofsocial/human values. As a result, the county acquired tenproperties, accepted a donated property, partnered on a multiagencyacquisition, provided grants to the City of Clermont forconservation property acquisition and provided funds for purchaseof South Lake Trail Right-of-Way. The Lake County Public Landproperties now total over 2,000 acres. All properties haveapproved management plans and three of the properties wereopened to the public in July 2011 for passive activities, andanother three properties are scheduled to open in 2012. In additionto the Public Lands properties, Lake County’s Parks and TrailsDivision has restoration and habitat conservation efforts ongoing at 685 acres of additional parklands. Management andrestoration efforts include surveys, environmental assessments, permits, burn prescriptions, archaeological assessments,invasive/exotic plant removal, grove and trail maintenance, water quality testing, reduction of overgrown vegetation andestablishment of fire lines at all of the acquired environmentally sensitive lands. Lake County is partnering with the SaintJohns River Water Management District (SJRWMD), the Green Mountain Scenic Byway Committee, and FloridaDepartment of Transportation to develop a trailhead and scenic overlook on the west side of the SJRWMD North ShoreLake Apopka Restoration Area.Department Goals and Objectives:Lake County is a High Performance Organization:• The Fairgrounds will continue outreach and networking to add more special events. Through continued outreach andnetworking with local businesses and civic groups, the Fairgrounds will be promoted as a meeting place.• Agricultural Extension Services holds educational programs for the general public as well as agricultural businesses atthe Agricultural Center and through the libraries, garden clubs, and the internet. Grants have allowed purchase ofwebinar software to increase programming availability, and the University of Florida Institute of Food and AgriculturalSciences (UF/IFAS) is providing training on video production to allow educational video production for the internet.F - 112


Public Resources• A Library Services Innovative Services Group will research and recommend improvements in library technology toincrease public access to library services. The Innovative Services Group will develop a multi-year plan for improvinginfrastructure, including the reallocation of library system-wide resources to add or expand information services.• Library Services and the county branch libraries have the best data transmission in the county through quality datatransmission to all participating libraries.• A Library Services Space Utilization Group assists System libraries to re-purpose their physical spaces to accommodatethe needs of users for gathering, learning and working in the new digitalenvironment. Most System libraries will have plans for re-purposing their physicalspaces, including plans and pricing for acquiring additional furniture andequipment.• Library Services will continue to present showcase events, such as Festival ofReading and Trash to Fashion, to residents of all ages that will bring prestige toLake County.Lake County is a Leader in Multi-jurisdictional Cooperation:• Lake County Extension will continue to be a cooperative entity between UF and LCBCC. In addition, Lake CountyExtension Agents work cooperatively with Sumter, Seminole, Orange and Osceola County Extension offices to provideuniform, coordinated educational programming for agribusiness and 4H youth.• Library Services takes the lead in workforce development by partnering with local colleges and universities, businessand service organizations to offer training, counseling and other assistance to those seeking employment or betteremployment. Classes and individual counseling sessions are offered at key System libraries on a regular basis.• Library Services will continue to partner with Lake-Sumter Community College and the University of Central Florida toensure that Cooper Memorial Library is the premier library in Lake County. Cooper Memorial Library will enhance andexpand its program and learning activities to meet current needs of its community in innovative ways.• Cagan Crossings Community Library will continue to serve the needs of the residents of Polk and Osceola counties, aswell as Lake County, in the Four Corners area.The Economy of Lake County is Strong, Diversified, and Sustainable:• The Agricultural Education Division will enable agribusiness to succeed through diversified educational opportunitiesand individual consultations to ensure they remain profitable through continued educational programming taught byqualified extension agents.Lake County Offers a Quality, Reliable Transportation Network in a Multi-modal System:• The Parks and Trails Division will continue to facilitate the development and management of parks and facilities for arecreation system that meets the diverse needs of the community, and complete development/improvement phases thatare permitted and funded. All capital projects will continue to be completed in phases.Lake County Preserves Environmental Resources:• The Discovery Gardens Horticulture Learning Center building is a model of energy efficiency and water conservationthat will be used for educational programming in this area.• The Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District (LCSWCD) provides educational programming and individualservices to improve water and soil conservation practices through the Mobile Irrigation Lab and youth outreachprograms. Lake County Extension provides programs in Best Management Practices for agricultural businesses andgreen industry (landscaping) to conserve natural resources.• The Lake County Parks and Trails Division has fifteen distinct capital improvement projects underway at the County’spassive and active parks. The scope of the services include but are not limited toenvironmental studies, design, engineering and construction bid documents neededfor the construction/improvements of active recreation (sports fields, courts, etc.)and passive recreation (habitat for wildlife and restoration) projects. Capitalprojects are supported by the Parks, Recreation and Trails Advisory Board and areF - 113


Public Resourcesconsistent with the adopted Lake County’s Parks and Recreation Master Plan of 2005. It is the Division’s goal tofacilitate the development and management of parks and facilities for a recreation system that meets the diverse needs ofthe community.• The Public Lands Program under the management of the Parks and Trails Division has completed the Management andRestoration Work Plans for the acquired environmentally sensitive properties. In order to continue to expand passiverecreation opportunities, three of the Public Lands properties are now open daily to the public, while three more are inthe planning phase. The recreational uses of the acquired lands were supported by the Public Lands Acquisition AdvisoryCommittee (PLAAC) and are consistent with the adopted Lake County’s Parks and Recreation Master Plan of 2005. It isthe Division’s goal to promote natural resources and recreational opportunities.F - 114


Public ResourcesExpenditures by Division/ProgramActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Administration $ 432,584 $ 448,894 $ 448,894 $ 447,688Agricultural Education Services 800,804 749,552 746,900 739,965Library Services 5,128,364 6,503,314 5,333,010 6,060,869Parks and Trails 4,146,062 5,642,632 4,405,857 6,704,363Total Expenditures $ 10,507,815 $ 13,344,392 $ 10,934,661 $ 13,952,885Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 4,628,934 $ 5,003,118 $ 4,790,179 $ 5,103,180Operating 3,217,229 3,409,570 3,169,829 3,404,354Capital Outlay 136,932 111,600 146,009 43,663Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 7,983,095 $ 8,524,288 $ 8,106,017 $ 8,551,197Capital Improvements 818,680 980,393 844,951 1,416,273Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 1,394,233 2,177,752 1,689,710 2,031,570Transfers 311,806 293,983 293,983 281,835Reserves - 1,367,976 - 1,672,010Total Operating Expenditures $ 10,507,815 $ 13,344,392 $ 10,934,661 $ 13,952,885Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 10,507,815 $ 13,344,392 $ 10,934,661 $ 13,952,885Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 1,779,636 $ 1,611,740 $ 1,627,317 $ 1,577,394Fish Conservation 565 122,019 325 147,930Library Impact Fee Trust 270,193 1,648,638 619,529 1,156,167Library Services 4,858,171 4,854,676 4,713,481 4,904,702MSTU - Parks Section 3,353,626 4,369,947 3,655,271 5,172,544Parks Impact Fee Trust - Central District 3,569 8,292 2,209 26,170Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District 193 16,268 1,222 54,078Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District 92,067 449,412 78,195 679,009Restricted Local Programs 149,795 263,400 237,112 234,891Total Expenditures $ 10,507,815 $ 13,344,392 $ 10,934,661 $ 13,952,885Number of Full Time Positions 96.0 104.0 104.0 104.0Number of Part Time Positions 19.0 18.0 13.0 13.0Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 103.7 111.4 109.5 109.5F - 115


Department: Public ResourcesProgram: AdministrationActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 348,822 $ 359,505 $ 359,505 $ 364,517Operating 75,950 89,389 89,389 83,171Capital Outlay 7,813 - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 432,584 $ 448,894 $ 448,894 $ 447,688Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 432,584 $ 448,894 $ 448,894 $ 447,688Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 432,584 $ 448,894 $ 448,894 $ 447,688Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 432,584 $ 448,894 $ 448,894 $ 447,688Total Expenditures $ 432,584 $ 448,894 $ 448,894 $ 447,688Number of Full Time Positions 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Public Resources Administration includes 2.5 positions: the Public ResourcesDirector, an Office Associate IV, and half funding for a Financial Coordinator. Also included are two positions in Fairgrounds:an Office Associate III, and the Expo Center/Fairgrounds Program Manager.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes reduced costs for the Fairgrounds. Repair and maintenance costs werereduced $2,500, and operating expenses associated with tools, small equipment, and cleaning supplies decreased $5,000.Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all Countydepartments.F - 116


Department: Public ResourcesDivision: Agricultural Education ServicesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 674,005 $ 582,775 $ 582,775 $ 564,548Operating 126,799 161,432 158,780 175,417Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 800,804 $ 744,207 $ 741,555 $ 739,965Capital Improvements - 5,345 5,345 -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 800,804 $ 749,552 $ 746,900 $ 739,965Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 800,804 $ 749,552 $ 746,900 $ 739,965Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 800,804 $ 749,552 $ 746,900 $ 739,965Total Expenditures $ 800,804 $ 749,552 $ 746,900 $ 739,965Number of Full Time Positions 16.0 14.0 14.0 14.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 16.0 14.0 14.0 14.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Two positions vacated in Fiscal Year 2012 were filled at a lower pay rate, whichattributed to the overall reduction of $18,227 in Personal Services.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 include the installation of solar panels, which is estimated to reduce utility costs by6.6 percent. Reprographics costs are down $3,528 due to producing fewer program materials. Fiscal Year 2013 includes $41,563in 4-H donation funds that were carried forward from the previous year. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased riskinsurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.F - 117


Department: Public ResourcesDivision: Library ServicesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 2,493,844 $ 2,601,070 $ 2,560,054 $ 2,637,202Operating 780,457 712,579 667,807 725,156Capital Outlay 80,776 33,170 26,939 43,663Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 3,355,077 $ 3,346,819 $ 3,254,800 $ 3,406,021Capital Improvements 379,054 387,108 388,500 390,090Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 1,394,233 2,177,752 1,689,710 1,631,570Transfers - - - -Reserves - 591,635 - 633,188Total Operating Expenditures $ 5,128,364 $ 6,503,314 $ 5,333,010 $ 6,060,869Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 5,128,364 $ 6,503,314 $ 5,333,010 $ 6,060,869Expenditures by FundCounty Library System $ 4,858,171 $ 4,854,676 $ 4,713,481 $ 4,904,702Library Impact Fee Trust 270,193 1,648,638 619,529 1,156,167Total Expenditures $ 5,128,364 $ 6,503,314 $ 5,333,010 $ 6,060,869Number of Full Time Positions 53.5 52.5 52.5 52.5Number of Part Time Positions 19 18 13 13Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 61.2 59.9 58.0 58.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Five library page positions were deleted.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 include an $8,820 reduction in utility services, primarily due to lower electricity costsat the Cagan Crossing Library as a result of replacing the motor on the air conditioning unit. Additionally, the budget reflects theincreased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $23,663 for a courier van, and $20,000 for automation system equipment,upgrades, and network enhancements.Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $182,710 for books and other library materials, and $207,380 forperiodicals, subscriptions, and on-line databases.Grants and Aids for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $105,000 in impact fee awards to municipalities, and $506,048 in funds carriedforward for future projects. Also included is $1,020,522 in aid to libraries, which is a five percent reduction over Fiscal Year2012.Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $42,528 set aside for E-rate. The E-rate program was created to ensure that schools andlibraries have affordable access to advanced telecommunications services. Under the program, discounts ranging from 20 percentto 90 percent on telecommunications services, internet access, and internal connections are provided to eligible schools andlibraries, subject to an annual cap. This program has to be approved, and savings vary. In addition, there is $590,660 in purchaseorder carry-forwards. Of this amount, $545,119 is for impact fee awards.Other for Fiscal Year 2013 includes the General Fund subsidy for Library Services, which increased $61,297 over the prior year.The total interfund transfer for Fiscal Year 2013 is $4,001,095.F - 118


Department: Public ResourcesDivision: Parks and TrailsActualAdopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 1,112,264 $ 1,459,768 $ 1,287,845 $ 1,536,913Operating 2,234,023 2,446,170 2,253,853 2,420,610Capital Outlay 48,343 78,430 119,070 -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 3,394,630 $ 3,984,368 $ 3,660,768 $ 3,957,523Capital Improvements 439,626 587,940 451,106 1,026,183Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - 400,000Transfers 311,806 293,983 293,983 281,835Reserves - 776,341 - 1,038,822Total Operating Expenditures $ 4,146,062 $ 5,642,632 $ 4,405,857 $ 6,704,363Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 4,146,062 $ 5,642,632 $ 4,405,857 $ 6,704,363Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 546,248 $ 413,294 $ 431,523 $ 389,741Fish Conservation 565 122,019 325 147,930MSTU - Parks Section 3,353,626 4,369,947 3,655,271 5,172,544Parks Impact Fee Trust - Central District 3,569 8,292 2,209 26,170Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District 193 16,268 1,222 54,078Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District 92,067 449,412 78,195 679,009Restricted Local Programs 149,795 263,400 237,112 234,891Total Expenditures $ 4,146,062 $ 5,642,632 $ 4,405,857 $ 6,704,363Number of Full Time Positions 22.0 33.0 33.0 33.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 22.0 33.0 33.0 33.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. In addition, several positions for East Lake Community Park were budgeted for apartial year in Fiscal Year 2012; these positions are now budgeted at 100 percent for Fiscal Year 2013. All Parks and Trailssalaries and benefits are paid from the MSTU - Parks Services Fund.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes maintenance of the County’s parks, which represents a major operatingexpense for Parks and Trails and is reflected in the $1,793,017 budgeted for 27 parks (942.43 acres), 15 boat ramps, 9 miles ofpaved trails, 17 miles of unpaved trails, 146 miles of Blueways, and 7 cemeteries. This includes $883,400 for mowing, weeding,edging, trash pick-up, tree planting/removal, pressure cleaning/washing playgrounds, field line striping, fencing and sitefurnishings, repair/replace fencing, railing and gates, regrading, chemical lawn service and fire ant treatment. Other maintenancecosts include $128,500 for electrical, plumbing and playground equipment repair/replacement; $230,000 for clay, sand and mulchfor ball fields, infields and tracks; and $5,000 for lake cleanup at various parks. There is $148,217 budgeted for repairs tosignage, restrooms, buildings, pavilions, shelters, sidewalks, boat ramps, canoe launches, boardwalks, fishing piers, docks, paverpaths, asphalt trails and roads, parking lots, and unpaved trails and roads. Vehicle and equipment maintenance is budgeted at$54,500, and there is $2,900 for software license and maintenance. Grant restoration and management plan costs total $340,500.Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all countydepartments.F - 119


Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 includes:Astatula Boat Ramp $ 75,000East Lake Community Park 10,247Minneola Athletic Complex 23,225P.E.A.R. Park 7,099South Lake Trail 20,000Misc. improvements for waterway access 33,580Project Rebudgets:East Lake Community Park 92,609Ferndale Preserve 245,179John's Lake Boat Ramp 32,067Marsh Park 5,000Minneola Athletic Complex 235,982P.E.A.R. Park 17,849Palatlakaha River Park 14,634South Lake and Hancock Trail 100,000Misc. project rebudgets for 113,712improvements to waterway access$ 1,026,183Grants and Aids for Fiscal Year 2013 include carryforward funding in the amount of $400,000 for multipurpose athletic fieldsat the National Training Center. Transfers consist of $185,839 in administration fees, $28,489 for the property appraiser, and$67,507 for the tax collector.Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 include $240,738 available for Parks and Trails operations. In addition, there is $798,084 inpurchase order carry-forwards.F - 120


Public ResourcesKey ObjectivesPerformance MeasurementsAdministration/Fairgrounds:Rent space for two additional special eventsContinue to encourage local businesses and growers to participate in the weekly Farmers and Flea MarketAgricultural Education:Increase sustainability and profitability of agricultural businessesIncrease youth understanding of agriculture and readiness to become entrepreneursConserve natural resourcesLibrary Services:Encourage Lake County residents to visit branch libraries to locate information, access online services, and attend programsProvide physical and electronic materials that the residents of Lake County want to readProvide public access computers to meet the demand of the residents of Lake CountyParks and Trails:Expand active and passive recreational opportunitiesIncrease the number of athletic fields, availability and usageIncrease the number of Public Lands properties open to the publicPerformance MeasuresActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Administration/Fairgrounds:Special Events 21 20 22Participating local agricultural businesses 3 5 8Participating local businesses 5 8 10Agricultural Education:Commercial agriculture program attendance 6,040 6,050 6,100Site visits/consultations with commercial agricultural businesses 332 350 350Youth participating in clubs 800 800 820Gallons of water (in millions) saved in commercial agriculture 45.7 45.0 45.0Citizens attending gardening classes and being assisted in3,556 3,600 4,000residential plant clinicsLibrary Services:Visitors to the branch libraries 724,213 666,000 630,000Items circulated by the branch libraries (includes e-books) 863,425 868,600 874,000Computer sessions in branch libraries 260,454 270,000 280,000Parks and Trails:Capital improvement projects initiated 16 21 26Sports events at North Lake and Minneola Athletic Complex 2,426 3,500 4,000Public Lands properties open to public 3 4 6Nature-based educational events 90 112 84F - 121


Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalCOUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM (1900)Public ResourcesLibrary ServicesCourier Van, extended length 3038300 $ 23,663 $ - $ 23,663State Aid to Libraries FY 2013Automation System Equipment, Upgrades, and NetworkEnhancements 3038630 20,000 - 20,000Total County Library System $ 43,663 $ - $ 43,663TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 43,663 $ - $ 43,663F - 122


Public Safety


Public SafetyOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERPublic Safety Director/Fire Chief(213)Office Associate VEMERGENCYMANAGEMENT DIVISION(4)COMMUNICATIONSTECHNOLOGIES DIVISION(5)FIRE RESCUE DIVISION(202)EmergencyManagementDivision ManagerEmergencyManagementOperations ManagerDisaster AssistanceSpecialistEmergencyManagementAssociatePublic SafetyCommunicationsTechnologies DivisionManager / E-911 CoordinatorCountywide RadioProgramRadio SystemsCoordinatorRadio ServicesTechnicianCommunicationsAssociateE - 911 ServicesSystemsDatabaseCoordinatorAssistant Fire Chief(2)Fire CaptainFire Lieutenant/EMT (29)Firefighter/ EMT(101)Firefighter (12)(SAFER Grant)Data Entry OperatorBattalion Chief (6)FireMarshal / FireCaptainFire Lieutenant/Paramedic (16)Firefighter/Paramedic (31)Data TechnicianOffice Associate IVLegend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [1]County Fire Rescue [202]Emergency Management Trust Fund Grant [1]General Fund 25%, County Fire Rescue 75% [2]General Fund 50%, Emergency 911 50% [2]General Fund 40%, Emergency 911 60% [2]General Fund 20%, Emergency 911 80% [1]General Fund 50%, Emergency Management Trust Fund Grant 50% [1]General Fund 65%, Emergency Management Trust Fund Grant 35% [1]Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 124


Public SafetyMission Statement:To protect the lives and property of the citizens of Lake County by providingservices to the public around the clock, every day of every year, regardless ofexternal hazards or circumstances. The Department of Public Safety serves a vitalrole in providing and coordinating lifesaving services, critical incident response tofires, specialized rescue operations, hazardous materials incidents, emergencymanagement and disaster mitigation.Program Descriptions:• Administration is the managerial division of the Public Safety Department. Its purpose is to coordinate the smooth andefficient operation of all components and programs within the Public Safety Department. Public Safety Administrationcontains the twenty-five percent of salary and benefits for the Public Safety Director/Fire Chief and the Public SafetyOffice Associate V. The remaining seventy-five percent is allocated to the Fire Rescue Fund and reflects the timeallocated to the Fire Rescue Division.• The Communications Technologies Division operates and maintains the Lake County Public SafetyCommunications/Radio Systems, Enhanced 9-1-1 (E911) database and emergency equipment/systems maintenance,performs oversight for the 9-1-1 Master Street Address Guide (MSAG) street assignment and ranges in Lake County andoversees the Cable Television Franchise Program. In addition, the Division provides technical support for allCountywide Radio System users (14 municipalities), eight 9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) within theCounty and monitors the fees, revenue and billing for the support of these agencies.• The Emergency Management Division coordinates various County and partner agency assets and resources to beutilized during disasters and large emergencies. This is accomplished throughplanning, public education and continuous refinement of emergency preparednessplans and programs as well as regularly scheduled practice drills including theactivation of the Emergency Communications Operations Center (ECOC).• Lake County Fire Rescue Division, with a career staff of 198 firefighters, protects more than 300,000 county residents,as well as visitors, over an area encompassing 1,100 square miles. Serving both urban and rural areas, the Divisionoperates 24 fire stations strategically located throughout Lake County. Fire Rescue is divided into two sections. TheAdministrative Section performs core functions necessary to support the smooth operation of a large first-responderagency, including in-service training and recertification of all Fire Rescue personnel, medical quality assurance, statereporting, inventory control as well as personnel and facilities support services. The Operations Section consists ofpersonnel trained in structural firefighting, emergency medical advanced life support services, vehicle firefighting andpatient extrication, hazardous materials mitigation and special operations such as confined space and high-angle rescue.Department Goals and Objectives:Lake County is a High Performance Organization:• Communication Technologies assists with E911 funding for the EmergencyCommunications Operation Center and Radio Dispatch/E911 co-location/relocation. TheDivision continues minimal staffing with support of the proposed personal and operatingcosts as identified in the Fiscal Year 2013 budget. Utilization of all staff cross trained formultiple discipline activities in cooperation with coordinated efforts with Lake CountySheriff, Lake Emergency Medical Services (LEMS), Emergency Management, andFacilities Department staff. Consolidation of systems and services in support of the Sheriffand the LEMS missions provides more efficient and quality countywide radio services tothe citizens of Lake County. Additional benefits will be realized if/when emergencyactivation of the ECOC is required as all coordinative communication functions can occursimultaneously from one centralized command and control point.F - 125


Public Safety• Emergency Management administers the Neighborhood Preparedness Program. The Division staff coordinates eachneighborhoods’ progress, and provides informational brochures and metal signs for neighborhoods to display the“Disaster Ready Community” designation. Each neighborhood will develop a basic plan, communicate with one anotherand stand ready to relay information to first-response agencies.• Emergency Management provides National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radios to atriskcitizens. The Division staff uses federal emergency management grant funding with local match with general fundsto program the radios and coordinate delivery to at-risk citizens. The equipment is enhancing mass notificationcapabilities to all individuals within Lake County, including those with special needs or who are disabled.• Fire Rescue plans to open a new fire station in Astatula in order to provide an enhanced level of service to thecommunity.Lake County is a Leader in Multi-jurisdictional Cooperation:• Communications Technologies administers Inter and Intra-governmental Radio System and SubscriberWarranty/Maintenance. Multi-jurisdictional communications among all Public Safety and Law Enforcement respondersis creating effective external communication, strengthening responsiveness to the community while enabling newprocesses for improved communications to be developed. The E911 coordination demonstrates a fundamentalcooperative measure among the County, other counties, the State of Florida, the municipalities, and the participatingprivate sector companies. These efforts ensure continuance of operations for this highly critical and needed program ascost effectively as possible. The Division plans to accomplish this effort by maintaining expenditure expectations andplanning for necessary upgrades to the E911 system to encompass Next Generation E911 impacts while ensuring thecontinued operation of the system in order to assist in saving the lives and properties of our citizens and visitors.• Communications Technologies also administers the Communication Services Tax (CST) project as part of the CableTelevision Program functions to ensure that cable franchise fees are correctly collected and remitted by the StateDepartment of Revenue (DOR) to all county and municipal agencies authoring collection of cable franchise fees. TheDivision continues to provide excellent customer service and maintain successful operation of the programs.• Emergency Management provides All-Hazards Training, Exercises and Drills. The Division staff utilizes availableeducation materials and facilities for providing the appropriate level of training to all county employees and otheragancies across the county. The training will enhance our many community partners’ ability to respond to disasters.• Fire Rescue operates the Special Operations Response Team (SORT). The Division continues partnership with the Stateof Florida, Regional 5 Florida Fire Chiefs State Emergency Response Plan, local Mutual and Automatic Aid agreementstogether with maintaining personnel in a state of readiness to respond to local, regional or state emergencies.• Fire Rescue pursues First Response and Automatic Aid agreements with the cities located within the County. TheDivision needs collaborative agreement documents for the establishment of more First Response and Automatic Aidresponse locally.F - 126


Public SafetyActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by Division/ProgramAdministration $ 41,900 $ 43,446 $ 43,446 $ 44,799Communications Technologies 7,238,688 8,421,157 4,514,933 7,670,815Emergency Management 882,738 2,155,538 5,256,118 3,969,704Fire Rescue 19,999,325 25,122,554 20,652,718 26,182,943Total Expenditures $ 28,162,651 $ 35,742,695 $ 30,467,215 $ 37,868,261Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 15,912,479 $ 15,474,848 $ 15,474,846 $ 15,788,820Operating 7,128,168 7,158,621 6,669,408 6,668,256Capital Outlay 1,244,029 1,954,696 885,333 2,471,127Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 24,284,676 $ 24,588,165 $ 23,029,587 $ 24,928,203Capital Improvements 445,995 1,684,902 4,790,408 3,864,868Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 968,194 1,925,733 226,745 946,748Transfers 2,463,786 2,420,475 2,420,475 2,766,268Reserves - 5,123,420 - 5,362,174Total Operating Expenditures $ 28,162,651 $ 35,742,695 $ 30,467,215 $ 37,868,261Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 28,162,651 $ 35,742,695 $ 30,467,215 $ 37,868,261Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 2,586,463 $ 2,654,845 $ 2,633,438 $ 2,825,045County Fire Rescue 19,981,125 22,744,876 20,083,922 24,088,499Emergency 911 3,877,531 3,252,641 2,233,829 3,600,366Fire Services Impact Fee Trust 3,465 2,299,014 490,132 2,044,444Federal/State Grants 1,714,068 4,791,319 301,742 1,927,018Emerg Comm Ops Center - - 4,724,152 3,382,889Total Expenditures $ 28,162,651 $ 35,742,695 $ 30,467,215 $ 37,868,261Number of Full Time Positions 211.0 207.0 207.0 213.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 211.0 207.0 207.0 213.0F - 127


Department: Public SafetyProgram: AdministrationActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 41,639 $ 41,679 $ 41,679 $ 42,764Operating 261 1,767 1,767 2,035Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 41,900 $ 43,446 $ 43,446 $ 44,799Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 41,900 $ 43,446 $ 43,446 $ 44,799Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 41,900 $ 43,446 $ 43,446 $ 44,799Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 41,900 $ 43,446 $ 43,446 $ 44,799Total Expenditures $ 41,900 $ 43,446 $ 43,446 $ 44,799Number of Full Time Positions 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from$5,500 to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Administration consists of the Office Associate V and the Public SafetyDirector.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes office supplies and property and liability insurance charges. Additionally,the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all county departments.F - 128


Department: Public SafetyDivision: Communications TechnologiesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 381,372 $ 376,476 $ 376,474 $ 381,781Operating 4,203,794 3,566,485 2,990,178 3,033,692Capital Outlay 690,280 1,193,717 2,000 1,043,627Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 5,275,445 $ 5,136,678 $ 3,368,652 $ 4,459,100Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 963,243 1,845,269 146,281 759,392Transfers 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,369,466Reserves - 439,210 - 1,082,857Total Operating Expenditures $ 7,238,688 $ 8,421,157 $ 4,514,933 $ 7,670,815Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 7,238,688 $ 8,421,157 $ 4,514,933 $ 7,670,815Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 2,295,306 $ 2,327,311 $ 2,281,104 $ 2,502,534Emergency 911 3,877,531 3,252,641 2,233,829 3,600,366Federal/State Grants 1,065,851 2,841,205 - 1,567,915Total Expenditures $ 7,238,688 $ 8,421,157 $ 4,514,933 $ 7,670,815Number of Full Time Positions 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from$5,500 to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Salaries have been shared between the General Fund and the E911 fund forthe division manager and the other four communication staff positions.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 reflects a reduced, no growth, maintain current service level approach with theexception of necessary increases in out-of-warranty equipment maintenance contracts and utilities. A continuation of the inhousecapital program has been proposed through the Fire Rescue budget to eliminate future communication operatingexpenses utilizing an interconnect microwave system, which reduces dependencies on leased telephone company lines. Thereductions in lease lines will offset the project cost resulting in a return on investment in three to five years. E911 expenseshave been anticipated for the consolidation and co-location of the Primary (Sheriff) and Secondary (Lake Emergency MedicalServices) PSAPs to the new proposed Emergency Communications and Operations Center (ECOC).Technical support for Countywide Radio System users and Public Safety 9-1-1 Answering Points (PSAPs), including the eightmunicipal PSAPs within the County, will continue to be maintained at existing service levels barring unforeseen emergenciesbeyond the scope of warranty and/or service contracts. Reductions in loading are anticipated with changes occurring in supportof The Villages communications and dispatching services. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insuranceallocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all county departments.F - 129


Communications Technologies - continuedCapital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 includes rebudgets for the 2010 Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) criticalinfrastructure project and the State Homeland Security Program (SHSGP) 2010 regional mutual aid build-out for Region 5(Lake, Volusia, Brevard, Seminole, Orange, Indian River, Osceola, Martin, and St Lucie) to provide radio services to FirstResponders and Emergency Services Personnel outside the range of their local systems or when they need to communicate withother users who are are not members of their local systems.Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $1,082,857 in the E911 reserve for major capital purchases of 911-related equipmentand other public safety purposes.F - 130


Department: Public SafetyDivision: Emergency ManagementActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 198,362 $ 311,720 $ 311,720 $ 293,875Operating 140,619 107,116 102,190 120,584Capital Outlay 97,762 - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 436,743 $ 418,836 $ 413,910 $ 414,459Capital Improvements 445,995 1,684,902 4,790,408 3,382,889Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - 51,800 51,800 172,356Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 882,738 $ 2,155,538 $ 5,256,118 $ 3,969,704Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 882,738 $ 2,155,538 $ 5,256,118 $ 3,969,704Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 249,256 $ 284,088 $ 308,888 $ 277,712Federal/State Grants 633,482 1,871,450 223,078 309,103Emerg Comm Ops Center - - 4,724,152 3,382,889Total Expenditures $ 882,738 $ 2,155,538 $ 5,256,118 $ 3,969,704Number of Full Time Positions 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from$5,500 to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Salaries have been shared between the General Fund and various emergencymanagement grants for the division manager and the other three staff positions.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes the focus to maintain its current modified capabilities. This will be done byleveraging the General Fund allocation for the required local match to State and Federal grants. The budget includes $34,775for satellite phones, aircards, and various training aids for special operations, and $14,500 for courses in Homeland Securitytraining. Grants and aids includes $49,210 for the Lake and Sumter Emergency Recovery (LASER) contract, and $123,146 forthe emergency generator for the Spring Creek Elementary shelter site. The Division will continue the current practice of usingall funding allocations to prepare the County and community partners to respond to disasters, manage the recovery, and toprovide citizens with information to be survivors in the event of a disaster. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased riskinsurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all county departments.Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $3,382,889 in grants and infrastructure sales tax funding to complete theEmergency Communications and Operations Center (ECOC). The ECOC is a specifically designed building to sustain 160miles per hour winds and will have the necessary features to survive a tropical cyclone. The new facility will allow LakeCounty to continue to provide services to our citizens after a major disaster. The Division staff will be focusing on utilizing thenew facility to perform daily and emergency functions by utilizing the various rooms and new technology for training anddisaster management.F - 131


Department: Public SafetyDivision: Fire RescueActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 15,291,107 $ 14,744,973 $ 14,744,973 $ 15,070,400Operating 2,783,494 3,483,253 3,575,273 3,511,945Capital Outlay 455,987 760,979 883,333 1,427,500Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 18,530,588 $ 18,989,205 $ 19,203,579 $ 20,009,845Capital Improvements - - - 481,979Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 4,951 28,664 28,664 15,000Transfers 1,463,786 1,420,475 1,420,475 1,396,802Reserves - 4,684,210 - 4,279,317Total Operating Expenditures $ 19,999,325 $ 25,122,554 $ 20,652,718 $ 26,182,943Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 19,999,325 $ 25,122,554 $ 20,652,718 $ 26,182,943Expenditures by FundGeneral $ - $ - $ - $ -County Fire Rescue 19,981,125 22,744,876 20,083,922 24,088,499Fire Services Impact Fee Trust 3,465 2,299,014 490,132 2,044,444Federal/State Grants 14,735 78,664 78,664 50,000Total Expenditures $ 19,999,325 $ 25,122,554 $ 20,652,718 $ 26,182,943Number of Full Time Positions 201.5 197.5 197.5 203.5Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 201.5 197.5 197.5 203.5Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from$5,500 to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. The budget also reflects six new firefighter/EMTs for the new Astatulafire station. Fiscal Year 2013 will include Year Four of the Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER)Grant. The local share will include an increase of $362,000.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes an increase of $120,607 in repair and maintenance charges. Thebudget also reflects a decrease of $169,770 in coverage contracts for the City of Groveland and the City of Mascotte andutilities expenses. The Division will continue to pursue Automatic and First Response agreements to eliminate anyduplication of services while continuing to sustain a high quality and efficient level of service. The Florida Department ofHealth provides $15,000 under Grants and Aids for the expansion and/or improvement of pre-hospital emergency medicalservices. Funding is distributed to EMS providers within Lake County by the Fire Rescue Division. The Fire Assessmentrate, which funds the majority of Fire Rescue's budget, is to remain at $181 in Fiscal Year 2013. The rate, assessed againsthouseholds in unincorporated Lake County, Astatula, Howey-in-the-Hills and Lady Lake, is expected to generate $16.4million. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for allcounty departments.Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 includes critical equipment that directly supports our first responders as follows:lifepaks, extrication tools, pumpers, broadband microwave radio backhaul, vehicles, printer, modular buildings for firestations #14, #90 and a new engine for expansion of service for Lake County's 19th fire station.F - 132


Fire Rescue - continuedReserves for Fiscal Year 2013 includes:Reserve for Emergency Response - County Fire Rescue $ 400,000Reserve for Purchase Orders 247,849Reserve for Operations - County Fire Rescue 2,106,379Reserve for Capital - Fire Services Impact Fee Trust 1,525,089Total $ 4,279,317F - 133


Public SafetyKey ObjectivesPerformance MeasurementsCommunications TechnologiesAdminister E911 database changesManage 911 system and trafficAssist and support residents with jurisdictional Communication Service Tax allocationAdminister system infrastructure repair and maintenanceManage countywide communication system and trafficProvide customer serviceEmergency ManagementIncrease the number of Disaster Ready CommunitiesProvide NOAA weather radios to at-risk citizensProvide all hazards training, exercises and drillsFire RescueProvide both fire safety education and fire protection responseProvide both basic and advanced life support emergency medical service responseProvide both man made and natural disaster responsePerformance MeasuresActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Communications TechnologiesMaster Street Address Guide-E911 changes 128 173 200911 calls handled by Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) 184,973 182,741 182,000Communication Services Tax (CST) jurisdictional changes 165 104 150Countywide radio system infrastructure cases managed 4,305 5,782 6,000Countywide radio transmissions processed 11,839,691 11,449,380 11,000,000Countywide radio repair and maintenance provided 4,313 4,212 4,181Emergency ManagementIncrease the number of Disaster Ready Communities0 5 5Provide NOAA weather radios to at-risk citizens 113 100 100Provide all hazards training, exercises and drills 275 300 350Fire RescueEmergency call volume for Fire Rescue services 17,468 18,600 19,800Continue to update automatic aid and mutual aid agreements 3 2 2Continue professional training and staff development (*increasedue to mandatory EMT refresher for 2 years certification)26,000 70,000* 26,000F - 134


Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalGENERAL (0010)Public SafetyCountywide Radio ProgramBroadband Microwave Radio Backhaul Equipment 2145220 49,500 - 49,500Total General Fund $ 49,500 $ $ 49,500EMERGENCY 911 (1240)Public SafetyE911Emergency Equipment - as needed 2145310 $ - $ 2,000 $ 2,000Total Emergency 911 $ - $ 2,000 $ 2,000FEDERAL/STATE GRANTS (1300)Public SafetyPublic Safety Grants - Amb/RescueEquipment - as needed - Grant funded 2134200 $ 25,000 $ - $ 25,000Communications TechnologiesUrban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) Grant project 2145350 867,127 - 867,127FY 2010 State Homeland Security Grant (SHSGP) 2145350 125,000 - 125,000Total Federal/State Grants $ 1,017,127 $ - $ 1,017,127COUNTY FIRE RESCUE (1680)Public Safety(2) Monitor/Defibrillator Devices 2136300 $ 60,000 $ - $ 60,000(2) Extrication Tools 2136300 - 40,000 40,000(3) Pumpers 2136300 - 840,000 840,000(1) Broadband Microwave Radio Backhaul equipment 2136300 - 49,500 49,500(2) Battalion Vehicles 2136300 - 100,000 100,000(1) Large Capacity Printer 2136300 - 3,000 3,000Total County Fire Rescue $ 60,000 $ 1,032,500 $ 1,092,500FIRE SERVICES IMPACT FEE TRUST (1690)Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Public SafetyFire Impact FeePumper 2136280 $ 280,000 $ - $ 280,000Monitor/Defibrillator 2136280 30,000 - 30,000Total Fire Services Impact Fee Trust $ 310,000 $ - $ 310,000TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 1,436,627 $ 1,034,500 $ 2,471,127F - 135


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Public Works


Public Works - Organization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERDeputy County ManagerPublic Works Director(184)ROAD OPERATIONSDIVISION (75)ENGINEERINGDIVISION (51)SOLID WASTE DIVISION(42)ENVIRONMENTALSERVICES DIVISION (15)Road OperationsDivision ManagerCounty EngineerSolid Waste Division ManagerEnvironmental ServicesDivision ManagerMaintenance Area I (Leesburg) (17)Area MaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator III (5)EquipmentOperator I (3)Office Associate IIAssistant AreaMaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator IIRoadsMaintenanceOperator (5)OfficeAssociate IVOfficeAssociate IIIDevelopment Review (2)Engineer IIIROW SupervisorROW Agent IRight-of-Way (8)Engineer IIROW Agent II(2)ROW/GISAnalystOffice Associate VOffice Associate IIFinancialCoordinatorAccountingTechnicianFinancial (6)Office Associate IVAssessment andCustomer ServiceSupervisorOfficeAssociate IIIFieldInspectorFinancialCoordinatorOffice AssociateVStormwater (8)FinancialAssociateLaboratory and Hydrogeology(2)LaboratorySupervisorLaboratoryAssociateMaintenance Area II (Minneola) (17)AreaMaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator III (7)EquipmentOperator IOffice AssociateIIAssistant AreaMaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator IIRoadsMaintenanceOperator (5)Maintenance Area III (Umatilla) (20)ROW/GISAssociateOffice AssociateIIIEngineer IVSurveySupervisorTransportation (2)Survey/Design (12)ROW MapServicesTechnicianEngineer IIISurvey PartyChief (Nonregistered)(2)Hazardous Wasteand E-cyclingSupervisorHazardous WasteTechnicianHazardous Waste andE-cycling (5)FieldInspectorHazardous Wasteand E-cyclingAssistantSupervisorEnvironmentalWaste Technician(2)Solid Waste Permitting (1)Stormwater Project ManagerStormwaterInspector IIStormwaterTechnicianMosquito and Aquatic PlantManagement (11)Mosquito and Aquatic PlantManagerSenior LaboratoryAnalystStormwaterInspector I (2)Mosquito Management(6)AreaMaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator III (7)EquipmentOperator I (2)Office AssociateIIIAssistant AreaMaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator II (3)RoadsMaintenanceOperator (5)Engineer IV (2)Senior CADTechnician (3)RoadwayDesigner II (2)SurveyTechnician II(2)Traffic Operations (16)TrafficOperationsSupervisorAssistant TrafficOperationsSupervisorOperations ComplianceCoordinatorRecycling Center (1)EnvironmentalWaste TechnicianSolid Waste Superintendent(25)EntomologistBiologicalAssociateOffice AssociateIIIMosquito ControlInspector (2)MaintenanceTechnician IAquatic Plant Management (4)Road Operations (5)Traffic SignalTechnician (5)Sign FabricatorLandfillAttendants (9)Operations (9)Mosquito andAquatic PlantSupervisorAquatic BiologistRoadsSuperintendentDatabase/AdministrativeProgramCoordinatorContractsTechnicianSubdivisionSpecialistConstruction (6)Senior ContractingOfficerOffice AssociateIIIPW ContractsAssociateSign andStripingTechnician IISign AssistantSign andStripingTechnician I (5)Office AssociateIIILandfillSupervisorLandfillAttendant (8)Scales (6)LandfillSupervisorScalesAttendant II(2)LandfillSupervisorEnvironmentalWasteTechnician (8)BiologicalAssociate (2)ConstructionInspectionSupervisorConstructionInspector II (2)ScalesAttendant I (3)ConstructionInspector ISpecial ProjectsSupervisorEquipmentOperator I (2)Special Projects (9)EquipmentOperator III (3)RoadsMaintenanceOperator (3)Advisory Committees:Solid Waste:Solid Waste Advisory CommitteeF - 138Legend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [13]County Transportation Trust [123]Landfill Enterprise [41]MSTU - Stormwater Section [6]Landfill Enterprise 50%, County Fire Rescue 50% [1]Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012


Public WorksMission Statement:The mission of the Public Works Department is to provide timely services in a courteous and fiscally responsible manner toinclude planning, construction and maintenance of roads and to provide for the orderly, efficient and safe collection,recycling and disposal of solid waste. The Department provides for the planning, design, and construction of water qualityrelated stormwater improvements and to monitor and regulate discharges and land disturbing activities that could affect thequality of nearby receiving waters. Our objective is to protect public health through effective and environmentally safemethods of mosquito and aquatic plant control and continue to be responsible for the sampling and analysis of various typesof water including: surface water, ground water, industrial waste, springs and drinking water.Program Descriptions:• The Road Operations Division is responsible for the maintenance for all Lake County roads. There are approximately1,392 miles of county-maintained roads, 122 miles of which are clay. The Special Projects Section performs non-routineroad maintenance activities which allow regularly scheduled activities to continue withoutinterruption. In addition, the Division monitors the inspection andapproval of all new road construction in unincorporated Lake County.Subdivision and commercial sites in the unincorporated areas of LakeCounty are also monitored to ensure compliance with construction plans,applicable codes and engineering specifications. Construction Inspectionoperations ensure the timely and cost effective completion of roadconstruction projects. An annual Five-Year Transportation ConstructionProgram is developed in this Division.• The Engineering Division provides engineering support services to the Department and County. The Division providesmany areas of expertise which are needed to implement and construct Board of County Commissioners (BCC) programswhich include Engineering Design, Surveying, Right-of-Way research and acquisition, Stormwater permitting,Development Review, Transportation Planning and Traffic Engineering and Maintenance. The Division manages countytraffic operational infrastructure and maintains the signs, signals and striping on county roads. The Division reviews theneeds for future road network additions and enhancements including new roads and lane widening. It ensures the existingtraffic safety needs and concerns are addressed by thorough study and evaluation. Improvements are made to signs,striping, and signals where needed to improve the safety of the roadways. The Division provides the technical expertiseto implement the BCC Five-Year Transportation Construction Program and also supports other county departmentswhen needed. While some of the projects are designed in-house, many of the projects are contracted with engineeringconsultants. The Division oversees these contracts and designs for the Department. The Survey/Design Section isresponsible for all types of technical work concerning highway construction, including project design and permitting,graphics and drafting. The Right-of-Way Section performs all research work pertaining to road construction and countyownedproperty. The Transportation Section conducts traffic counts, studies and capacity analysis which determineplacement of traffic signs and signals, speed limits, and turn lane configurations. The Development Review Sectionreviews all new development and commercial site plans. Finally, the Traffic Operations Section is responsible for thefabrication and/or installation of traffic control devices including signs, pavement markings and traffic signals.• The Solid Waste Division includes the management and operations for the Solid Waste Management System landfills,residential convenience centers, landfill construction, yard waste disposal, customer service, commercial, residential, andhazardous waste collections, solid waste fee assessments, administration, sales, processing, and shipping of recyclables,recycling programs and scale services. Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Careprovides for escrowing funds for the closure of the County's operating landfills. Atthe time an operating landfill can no longer accept solid waste, the County isrequired to cover the landfill with an impermeable material and soil so as to limitstormwater intrusion and to provide for the growth of vegetation. Solid WasteClosures and Long-Term Care also provides for the post-closure and long-termcare of all closed County landfills. After a landfill is closed, the County isF - 139


Public Worksresponsible for the landfill for an extended period of time, usually no less than 30 years. This responsibility includes, butis not limited to, routine maintenance of the vegetation, preventing landfill gas migration, monitoring for anygroundwater contamination, and accounting fees for an annual audit. The Division also manages the contract withCovanta Lake, Inc. which is a waste-to-energy facility that incinerates virtually all of the solid waste that can be burnedthrough which steam is produced, converted into electricity and then sold to Progress Energy.• The Environmental Services Division includes the Stormwater program, the Mosquito and Aquatic programs,Laboratory and Hydrogeology program and Division financial oversight. The Stormwater program oversees waterquality, drainage and floodplain management and works with consultants to complete basinstudies and construct improvements to the County's drainage infrastructure. The Laboratoryhandles surface water sampling, laboratory services, stormwater testing and drinking watertesting. This Section also is responsible for the Adopt-A-Lake program, which helps protect,preserve and restore our County’s lakes through community education and volunteerparticipation. The goal of the program is to involve the community in efforts to protect one of our natural resourcesthrough water quality monitoring, education and pollution prevention. Any individual, group or business may participateby adopting a lake. The Mosquito and Aquatic Plant Management Section manages invasive aquatic plants for all usersof public water bodies in order to minimize potential flooding situations, restore reasonable navigational opportunities,and maintain the natural integrity of these water bodies with respect to aquatic vegetation. This Section also providesabatement activities for mosquito and other biting arthropods of public health importance in order to reduce the risk ofarboviral disease transmission for all residents and visitors of Lake County. This Division also provides oversight of thefinancial functions for the Department. This ensures the development and monitoring of all departmental budgets and theaccurate and timely processing of financial transactions related to department operations. Revenue monitoring, capitalproject tracking and compliance with grants and multiple revenue sources is maintained. The variety of funding sourcesinclude: ad valorem taxes, a Municipal Service Taxing Unit (MSTU) for roads and stormwater, fuel taxes, infrastructuresales tax, transportation impact fees and a variety of grants, fees and customer invoicing.Department Goals and Objectives:Lake County is a High Performance Organization:• The Solid Waste Division through the coordination of Household Hazardous Waste Operations, the Sheriff’s Departmentand Covanta intend to provide 26 Prescription (Rx) Drug Take-back events throughout various locations in the Countyfor the collection of unwanted hazardous waste materials and prescription drugs. For Fiscal Year 2013 the Division willimplement a comprehensive Landfill Operation safety program, and through employee and employer coordinationestablish the first step in the process, that of establishing monthly safety meetings for employees to buy-in to the safetyprogram.• The Mosquito and Aquatic Plant Management Section of the Environmental Services Division intends to respond topublic service requests for mosquito and aquatic plant management activities in the most efficient and professionalmanner in order to promote confidence and trust from our external customers. This can be obtainedthrough an efficient process of assigning the Entomologist and Aquatic Biologist as the lead employeesto perform service request investigations. The professional employees will evaluate the situation anddetermine the best management approach. These same employees will provide feedback to theindividuals requesting service and answer questions they may have. An estimated 1,616 service requests are projected forFiscal Year 2013 mosquito and aquatic plant management services.Lake County is a Leader in Multi-jurisdictional Cooperation:• The Engineering Division coordinates with State Agencies such as the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)and the Lake-Sumter Metropolitan Planning Organization (LSMPO), and local communities to plan, design, and fundfuture projects. The Division effectively manages projects by balancing the hiring of consultants with internal staffingabilities and workload in order to provide continued community support for projects and programs of the Public WorksDepartment.F - 140


Public WorksLake County Offers a Quality, Reliable Transportation Network in a Multi-modal System:• The Road Operations Division turns construction plans into actual products. By bidding and constructing roadconstruction projects shown on the Transportation Construction Program, the Division carries forward the Department'smomentum of planning, designing, and permitting projects to tangible products for citizen use. Through the bidding andconstruction process, it is the Division's goal to ensure the citizens of Lake County are getting the most from their taxdollars. Accurate revenue projections that relate to actual revenue received are needed to move forward with bidding andconstructing road projects in order to complete all work efforts as shown in the Fiscal Year 2013-17 TransportationConstruction Program for which it is anticipated that the Division will bid and inspect 12 road construction projects.• The Engineering Division achieves results in this area by seeking grant funding, communitysupport, and efficient design of projects which include roadway, multi-use trails, sidewalks, andtraffic operations efficiencies. With continued funding of Public Works facilities and operations,it is anticipated that the design and construction of projects in the adopted TransportationConstruction Work program, as well as sidewalk retrofits, and achieving additional fundingthrough grant applications will be completed.• The Traffic Operations Section of the Engineering Division establishes communication with traffic signals between LakeCounty Traffic Operations and the traffic signals throughout the Clermont area of Lake County in addition toestablishing communications with the controllers and installing cameras for traffic monitoring and emergency eventsituations. With the installation of the final links of fiber optic cable and radio equipment along with the installation ofcameras at strategic locations, it is projected that two-way communications with the 19 traffic signal controllers will beestablished as well as the ability to monitor traffic and equipment maintenance issues. In addition, through a coordinatedeffort with the Public Safety Department to transmit this information via their radio tower system to Traffic Operations,it can be used to make the transportation networks more efficient.Lake County Preserves Environmental Resources:• The Stormwater Section staff continues to work with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) along withtheir contractor to revise the flood maps. The updated maps will provide a comprehensive picture of potential floodingareas throughout the County. The Section will continue to address FEMA’s ongoing requests to ensure these new mapswill be placed in production.• The Laboratory and Hydrogeology Section of the Environmental Services Division has surface water monitoring, springsmonitoring, landfill groundwater monitoring, and stormwater monitoring programs. The data from these programs areused to evaluate the water quality trends for the County’s many water resources. Adequate facilities, equipment,personnel and instrumentation will greatly improve these programs. Lake County has a strong historical database for thesurface water program and data is uploaded to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s (FDEP) STORETdatabase for use in determining impaired waters and those that are improving. The landfill monitoring program isdirectly tied to permit sampling requirements, which will be met by the Division for the year. The stormwater monitoringprogram data will be evaluated for the Ocklawaha and the Wekiva Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP).• The Adopt-A-Lake Program engages volunteers in water quality monitoring, litter pick-up and educational outreach.Water Quality Improvement Projects (WQIPs) have also been implemented to improve water quality and to createawareness of water quality problems. A pilot project consisting of installing floating wetland islands on Lake Joanna aredesigned to help improve water quality and serve as an example for othercommunities. Educational events are used to distribute water quality andstormwater Best Management Practices information to the public to educate themabout protecting our water resources. With help from volunteers in the communitycombined with continued funding for the Adopt-A-Lake program along with grantfunds, we expect to see an increase in the distribution of educational materials tocitizens, resulting in more volunteers participating in the Adopt-a-Lake Program,along with successes such as a reduction in the amount of nutrients entering LakeJoanna as a result of the floating wetland islands.F - 141


Public Works• The Mosquito and Aquatic Plant Management Section of the Environmental Services Division strives to protect andmaintain the natural integrity and biodiversity of public water bodies in Lake County by reducing invasive aquatic plantinfestations and promoting the growth of native aquatic vegetation. To achieve this goal, a more efficient process ofassigning the Aquatic Biologist as the lead employee to perform water body surveys and post-treatment inspections willbe needed. Scheduling and treatment strategies will be needed to conform to the requirements of the National PollutantDischarge Elimination System (NPDES) state generic permit for aquatic plant management. The two BiologicalAssociate employees will have primary responsibility for treatment applications and equipment calibration. The 1,847projected total acres to be treated for Fiscal Year 2013 confirms the downward trend from previous years. This continuedreduction indicates the management philosophy of maintenance level control (early detection/rapid response) appears tobe successful.Appearance of Lake County is Esthetically Pleasing and Well Designed:• The Engineering Division uses uniform countywide design standards that are applied to county road corridors throughengineering planning and design, and through the development approval process. It is anticipated that the adoption ofrevised Land Development Regulations will update older regulations to help achieve the Board of CountyCommissioners’ (BCC) desired goals.• Surface water and springs monitoring programs used by the Adopt-A-Lake program to protect and restore our lakesprovides Lake County citizens with water quality information which is important to residents’ lifestyles. Improvingwater quality improves the overall appearance of the lake. The Adopt-A-Lake program addresses litter control around“adopted” lakes which improves the appearance. The Adopt-a-Lake Program also provides funding/assistance to citizensfor the installation of beneficial aquatic plants along shorelines which helps to not only protect water quality butbeautifies the lake. Adequate facilities, equipment, personnel, volunteers and funding through the Adopt-A-LakeProgram will be instrumental in accomplishing these goals. Water quality does not improve rapidly, however; theseprograms will ensure we take steps in the right direction. The removal of trash from lakes shows an immediate visualimprovement and hopefully will deter others from littering, and the addition of aquatic plants to shorelines shouldimprove water quality, beautify the area and provide habitat for butterflies, fish and other wildlife.F - 142


Public WorksExpenditures by Division/ProgramActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Administrative Operations $ 1,434,331 $ 8,865,137 $ 1,440,447 $ 7,802,625Engineering Operations 1,368,222 2,151,430 2,092,200 4,173,070Environmental Services 3,853,976 4,038,508 3,767,009 3,866,743Road Operations 7,069,397 9,208,136 9,219,657 8,271,062Capital Improvement 17,413,931 40,403,360 17,123,798 25,689,425Covanta 5,392,943 6,658,598 6,659,708 7,086,969Solid Waste Operations 13,759,313 14,388,807 14,332,883 14,193,835Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care 123,248 201,843 102,397 207,500Total Expenditures $ 50,415,362 $ 85,915,819 $ 54,738,099 $ 71,291,229Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 8,504,706 $ 9,493,002 $ 9,208,636 $ 9,889,400Operating 21,859,176 24,794,562 24,506,247 25,332,092Capital Outlay 1,199 244,000 275,606 262,395Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 30,365,080 $ 34,531,564 $ 33,990,489 $ 35,483,887Capital Improvements 17,412,353 35,383,890 17,120,452 24,891,316Debt Service 80,873 1,043,050 1,043,050 1,036,900Grants and Aids 869,711 820,000 891,610 1,025,185Transfers 1,687,345 1,693,905 1,692,498 2,117,930Reserves - 12,443,410 - 6,736,011Total Operating Expenditures $ 50,415,362 $ 85,915,819 $ 54,738,099 $ 71,291,229Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 50,415,362 $ 85,915,819 $ 54,738,099 $ 71,291,229Number of Full Time Positions 180.0 182.0 182.0 184.0Number of Part Time Positions 4.0 1.0 1.0 1.0Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 182.9 182.7 182.7 184.7For Expenditures by Fund - See next pageF - 143


Expenditures by FundActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013County Transportation Trust $ 10,605,960 $ 16,287,578 $ 13,865,941 $ 16,524,117Federal/State Grants 8,604,808 12,829,806 4,607,159 5,297,061General 1,732,391 1,808,634 1,488,140 1,754,262Landfill Enterprise 19,988,519 22,266,032 21,847,623 23,259,810Environmental Recovery 4,291 88,956 15,398 108,412MSTU - Roads Services 1,170,901 963,048 8,147 -MSTU - Stormwater Management 1,215,908 5,879,071 2,036,007 5,652,163Road Impact Fees - District 1 1,730,795 589,613 217,502 1,164Road Impact Fees - District 2 821,034 7,026,553 493,899 6,944,098Road Impact Fees - District 3 1,811,358 4,906,689 3,683,447 2,848,683Road Impact Fees - District 4 68,337 817,672 816,691 43,309Road Impact Fees - District 5 1,996,481 4,113,772 1,141,516 3,452,144Road Impact Fees - District 6 296,308 5,046,975 2,079,426 4,028,000Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care 368,271 3,291,420 2,437,203 1,378,006Total Expenditures $ 50,415,362 $ 85,915,819 $ 54,738,099 $ 71,291,229F - 144


Department: Public WorksProgram: Administrative OperationsActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 1,434,331 1,440,697 1,440,447 1,864,223Reserves - 7,424,440 - 5,938,402Total Operating Expenditures $ 1,434,331 $ 8,865,137 $ 1,440,447 $ 7,802,625Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 1,434,331 $ 8,865,137 $ 1,440,447 $ 7,802,625Expenditures by FundCounty Transportation Trust $ 557,257 $ 3,004,614 $ 555,428 $ 2,394,100Landfill Enterprise 836,262 1,218,627 855,032 1,979,006MSTU - Roads Services 25 961,517 - -MSTU - Stormwater Management 38,012 1,433,711 27,237 393,395Road Impact Fees - District 1 - 363,672 - 1,164Road Impact Fees - District 2 - 426,218 - 182,671Road Impact Fees - District 3 - 162,689 - 262,750Road Impact Fees - District 4 - 516 - 10,854Road Impact Fees - District 5 - 164,118 - 400,290Road Impact Fees - District 6 - 54,975 - 906,230Lake County Environmental Recovery 175 84,903 150 101,659Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care 2,600 989,577 2,600 1,170,506Total Expenditures $ 1,434,331 $ 8,865,137 $ 1,440,447 $ 7,802,625Highlights:Administrative Operations includes the reserves and administrative fees for all funds pertaining to Public Works.F - 145


Department: Public WorksDivision: Engineering OperationsActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 1,167,377 $ 1,553,066 $ 1,526,621 $ 2,507,476Operating 135,997 538,364 460,660 1,554,889Capital Outlay 1,199 - 28,309 34,095Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,304,572 $ 2,091,430 $ 2,015,590 $ 4,096,460Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 63,650 60,000 76,610 76,610Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 1,368,222 $ 2,151,430 $ 2,092,200 $ 4,173,070Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 1,368,222 $ 2,151,430 $ 2,092,200 $ 4,173,070Expenditures by FundCounty Transportation Trust $ 1,368,222 $ 2,151,430 $ 2,092,200 $ 4,173,070MSTU - Stormwater Management - - - -Lake County Environmental Recovery - - - -General Fund - - - -Total Expenditures $ 1,368,222 $ 2,151,430 $ 2,092,200 $ 4,173,070Number of Full Time Positions 36.0 35.0 35.0 43.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 36.0 35.0 35.0 43.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from$5,500 to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. For Fiscal Year 2013 the Traffic Operations Section of Public Works,which consists of 16 employees, was transferred from the Road Operations Division to the Engineering Division. Inaddition, the Stormwater Management section with its five employees and the Laboratory and Hydrogeology section with itstwo employees, were all transferred to the Environmental Services Division. The Engineering Division charges back aportion of its payroll towards various road and stormwater projects in order to capture those costs in the project for lateranalysis. The Fiscal Year 2013 budget includes $100,000 for payroll chargebacks, a decrease from previous years resultingfrom the suspension of impact fees.Operating Expenditures for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $150,000 in professional services for continuing engineeringcontracts for civil, geotech, surveying, and environmental contracts, and Americans with Disabilities Act compliance needs.Repair and maintenance includes $313,165 for equipment and vehicle repairs, traffic signals and flasher repairs, and signageupgrades at various intersections. The budget includes $347,000 for countywide restriping and marking as well as $215,000budgeted for road materials and supplies. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25percent to 100 percent for all County departments. Fiscal Year 2013 aids to government agencies consists of $76,610 for theMetropolitan Planning Organization Advisory Council in conjunction with their need to expand technology and personnel toaccommodate the needs of the Transportation Concurrency Management System and Roadway Crash Management System.Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 in the Engineering Division includes $9,000 for three engineer workstations requiredfor CADD compatibility, $1,300 to replace an advanced laptop and $23,795 to replace the GPS survey base station androver.F - 146


Department: Public WorksDivision: Environmental ServicesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 1,977,497 $ 2,002,035 $ 1,952,541 $ 1,704,465Operating 1,126,945 1,340,316 1,064,468 1,192,453Capital Outlay - - - 55,300Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 3,104,442 $ 3,342,351 $ 3,017,009 $ 2,952,218Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 734,335 680,000 735,000 898,575Transfers 15,200 16,157 15,000 15,950Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 3,853,976 $ 4,038,508 $ 3,767,009 $ 3,866,743Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 3,853,976 $ 4,038,508 $ 3,767,009 $ 3,866,743Expenditures by FundCounty Transportation Trust $ 1,733,052 $ 1,705,461 $ 1,755,992 $ 1,410,385MSTU - Stormwater Management 384,417 520,360 515,129 695,343Lake County Environmental Recovery 4,116 4,053 7,748 6,753General Fund 1,732,391 1,808,634 1,488,140 1,754,262Total Expenditures $ 3,853,976 $ 4,038,508 $ 3,767,009 $ 3,866,743Number of Full Time Positions 23.0 22.0 22.0 24.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 23.0 22.0 22.0 24.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from$5,500 to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. For Fiscal Year 2013, six positions were transferred to the RoadOperations Division creating a Construction Section. These positions included a Subdivision Specialist, PW ContractsAssociate, Construction Inspection Supervisor, Construction Inspector I and two Construction Inspector II positions. Inaddition, the Stormwater Management section with its staff of five along with the Laboratory and Hydrogeology section andits staff of two, were all transferred from the Engineering Division to the Environmental Services Division.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $24,139 for professional services in the Stormwater Section designatedto meet the requirements of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), and an additional $25,000 forsmall design/retrofit projects as needed. The NPDES and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection require theCounty to develop, implement, and enforce a program to detect, address, and eliminate non-stormwater discharges into thestormwater system. $180,000 in rentals and leases for the facility at 437 Ardice Avenue in Eustis which the Public WorksDepartment occupies and budgets 100% of the lease. The Astatula fuel cleanup is estimated at $750,000. The Fiscal Year2013 operating expenditures includes $135,000 for maintenance costs subsequent to the cleanup, $20,000 for Phase IIdesign of the fuel remediation, and $117,543 in Fiscal Year 2012 carryover funds for fuel remediation costs. The SouthUmatilla Water System, which has been owned and operated by Lake County since October 2007, will be turned over to theCity of Umatilla in Fiscal Year 2013. New potable water piping is first being installed in Fiscal Year 2012, and the project isfunded 100 percent by a Community Development Block Grant.F - 147


Department: Public WorksDivision: Road OperationsActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 3,407,097 $ 3,814,726 $ 3,740,000 $ 3,490,430Operating 3,662,300 5,393,410 5,479,657 4,780,632Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 7,069,397 $ 9,208,136 $ 9,219,657 $ 8,271,062Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 7,069,397 $ 9,208,136 $ 9,219,657 $ 8,271,062Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 7,069,397 $ 9,208,136 $ 9,219,657 $ 8,271,062Expenditures by FundCounty Transportation Trust $ 6,879,668 $ 9,208,136 $ 9,219,657 $ 8,271,062MSTU - Roads Services 189,729 - - -Total Expenditures $ 7,069,397 $ 9,208,136 $ 9,219,657 $ 8,271,062Number of Full Time Positions 77.0 82.0 82.0 75.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 77.0 82.0 82.0 75.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Significant changes have been made to the Road Operations Division in Fiscal Year2013 which include the addition of three Road Maintenance Operators, one for each of the three maintenance areas, Leesburg,Minneola and Umatilla. The Signs, Signals and Striping Section was renamed Traffic Operations and its 16 employees weremoved to the Engineering Division. In addition a new Construction Section was created and six employees were transferred fromthe Environmental Services Division.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $200,000 in professional services for engineering consulting services usedfor surveying, drainage and geotechnical permits. Contractual services includes $120,000 for contracted labor to be used asneeded. Rentals and leases includes $234,986 which is budgeted for special and emergency equipment rentals including wheelloaders and motor graders. Repair and maintenance has $1,410,313 budgeted for vehicle repairs, swale/ditch restoration,roadside mowing and roadside guardrail and tree trimming. The Division contines to provide, through contracted services, themowing, trimming, and trash removal on 305.3 miles of roadway, and tree trimming on an estimated 28.5 miles of various roadsthroughout the County.The road repair and maintenance budget is $1,325,000 and along with the road materials and suppliesbudget of $559,000 is used for micro-surfacing countywide roadways, road shoulder restoration, guardrail replacemnent alongwith general countywide road repair and maintenance. The motor fuel budget is $ 614,000. Additionally, the budget reflects theincreased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.F - 149


Department: Public WorksProgram: Capital ImprovementActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 1,577 500 3,346 500Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,577 $ 500 $ 3,346 $ 500Capital Improvements 17,412,353 35,383,890 17,120,452 24,891,316Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 5,018,970 - 797,609Total Operating Expenditures $ 17,413,931 $ 40,403,360 $ 17,123,798 $ 25,689,425Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 17,413,931 $ 40,403,360 $ 17,123,798 $ 25,689,425Expenditures by FundCounty Transportation Trust $ 67,761 $ 217,937 $ 242,664 $ 275,500Federal/State Grants 8,604,808 12,829,806 4,607,159 5,297,061Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care 242,423 2,100,000 2,332,206 -MSTU - Roads Services 981,147 1,531 8,147 -Lake County Environmental Recovery - - 7,500 -MSTU - Stormwater Management 793,479 3,925,000 1,493,641 4,563,425Road Impact Fees - District 1 1,730,795 225,941 217,502 -Road Impact Fees - District 2 821,034 6,600,335 493,899 6,761,427Road Impact Fees - District 3 1,811,358 4,744,000 3,683,447 2,585,933Road Impact Fees - District 4 68,337 817,156 816,691 32,455Road Impact Fees - District 5 1,996,481 3,949,654 1,141,516 3,051,854Road Impact Fees - District 6 296,308 4,992,000 2,079,426 3,121,770Landfill Enterprise - - - -Total Expenditures $ 17,413,931 $ 40,403,360 $ 17,123,798 $ 25,689,425Note:Public Works also oversees capital construction projects in the Renewal Sales Tax Fund. See page H-28 for budgetary information.Highlights:County Transportation TrustCapital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 in Road Operations includes infrastructure construction costs of $125,000, renovationof maintenance area barns for $100,000, costs to link the new Emergency Communications and Operations Center (ECOC) for$50,000 and $500 in Special Assessment costs for a total of $275,500.F - 150


Federal/State GrantsLAP ProjectsOn July 6, 2004, the Lake County Board of County Commissioners approved a Local Agency Program (LAP) agreement with theFlorida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The LAP agreement is a reimbursable-type grant. FDOT reimburses the County asexpenses are incurred. The revenue as well as the offsetting expenses are posted to the Federal/State Grants Fund.Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 for FDOT approved LAP Projects are:Construct 15' multi-use trail for the South Lake TrailCR473 at Westmont Road DesignDesign SR19 and CR450E (Collins Street) Intersection ImprovementsResurfacing and Shoulder Design on CR 450Thomas Avenue Sidewalk Design$ 2,000,00015,000327,0002,137,45220,000$ 4,499,452Municipal Service Taxing Unit (MSTU) SectionsThe MSTU - Stormwater Management Fund receives proceeds from the .4984 ad valorem millage rate on the residents ofunincorporated Lake County. This revenue is used to provide designated services to those residents. The MSTU - Roads ServicesFund typically receives the same proceeds, however; for the third consecutive year there has been no allocation.Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 using ad valorem proceeds as recommended by the Public Works Department:MSTU - Stormwater ManagementLake Yale Basin Phase II ConstructionLake Yale Basin/West El DoradoUpper Palatlakaha Basin/Vineyard EstatesUpper Palatlakaha Basin/Virginia Street at Lakeshore DriveLake Yale Basin/Washington Avenue Phase III DesignLake Dora Basin/Lake Saunders Design PhaseWolf Branch Road RetrofitApopka Basin/CR561 Bridge at Crystal CoveLower Palatlakaha Basin/Montverde Mobile Home ParkLower Palatlakaha Basin/Villa City RoadRoyal Trails Flood StudyLand - Undesignated$ 750,00075,000125,00075,00075,00075,0001,850,000250,000680,000500,00045,00063,425$ 4,563,425Road Impact FeesProjects are proposed, approved and completed based on the revenue collected in each district in the county. All funds are allocatedto each district annually based on projected revenue collections and carried forward each year by district. No reserves are kept inthis fund. As such, the amounts being allocated to the Fiscal Year 2013 Capital Improvement budget are limited to the revenuescollected.Road Impact Fees - District 2 $ 6,761,427Road Impact Fees - District 3 2,585,933Road Impact Fees - District 4 32,455Road Impact Fees - District 5 3,051,854Road Impact Fees - District 6 3,121,770$ 15,553,439F - 151


Department: Public WorksProgram: CovantaActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 35,279 $ 35,838 $ 36,948 $ 36,602Operating 5,276,792 5,579,710 5,579,710 6,013,467Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 5,312,071 $ 5,615,548 $ 5,616,658 $ 6,050,069Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service 80,873 1,043,050 1,043,050 1,036,900Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 5,392,943 $ 6,658,598 $ 6,659,708 $ 7,086,969Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 5,392,943 $ 6,658,598 $ 6,659,708 $ 7,086,969Expenditures by FundLandfill Enterprise $ 5,392,943 $ 6,658,598 $ 6,659,708 $ 7,086,969Total Expenditures $ 5,392,943 $ 6,658,598 $ 6,659,708 $ 7,086,969Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. The program includes 40 percent of the Financial Coordinator's salary and benefitswhile the other 60 percent is a personal services administration expense of the Solid Waste Division. This position has primaryresponsibility for monitoring contract compliance for the Covanta contract.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 associated with Covanta will be paid in part from a General Fund interfund transfer inthe amount of $3,299,120, and is primarily comprised of the $5,504,339 annual contractual payment to Covanta. All othersignificant expenditures relate to the Covanta program and include $75,000 in professional services, $200,000 in utility servicesand $221,500 in operating supplies. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to100 percent for all County departments.The Covanta debt payment was restructured in FY 2010 on the waste-to-energy plant which is wholly guaranteed by the servicefee Lake County pays to Covanta for the disposal of waste. The debt is a $10 million Solid Waste Note Payable issued onNovember 20, 2002 that refinanced previously outstanding debt for a ten-year period at a fixed interest rate of 3.69 percent withSunTrust Bank. Principal payments of $1 million are payable annually on December 1 and interest is payable semi-annually onJune 1 and December 1, with the final payment due on December 1, 2012. The note is secured by solid waste system netrevenues and a covenant by the county to budget and appropriate a sufficient amount to pay the debt service when due. There is asecond debt instrument in the Lake County Resource Recovery Industrial Development Refunding Revenue Bond issued onDecember 14, 2004 in the amount of $51,515,196. The Series 2004 Bonds were refunded on February 8, 2010 by the issuanceof a bond for $20,234,780 bearing an interest rate of 4.16percent per annum with a maturity date of October 1, 2013. This debt isnot an obligation of Lake County; however, the County is responsible for the debt service through an agreement with Covanta,Inc.F - 152


Department: Public WorksDivision: Solid WasteActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 1,917,455 $ 2,087,337 $ 1,952,526 $ 2,150,427Operating 11,532,318 11,740,419 11,816,009 11,582,651Capital Outlay - 244,000 247,297 173,000Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 13,449,773 $ 14,071,756 $ 14,015,832 $ 13,906,078Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 71,726 80,000 80,000 50,000Transfers 237,814 237,051 237,051 237,757Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 13,759,313 $ 14,388,807 $ 14,332,883 $ 14,193,835Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 13,759,313 $ 14,388,807 $ 14,332,883 $ 14,193,835Expenditures by FundLandfill Enterprise $ 13,759,313 $ 14,388,807 $ 14,332,883 $ 14,193,835Total Expenditures $ 13,759,313 $ 14,388,807 $ 14,332,883 $ 14,193,835Number of Full Time Positions 44.0 43.0 43.0 42.0Number of Part Time Positions 4.0 1.0 1.0 1.0Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 46.9 43.7 43.7 42.7Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Within the Solid Waste Division, staff decreased by one, an Equipment Operator IVposition. As a result of a reorganization within the Division, numerous positions incurred title changes, along with transferringbetween sections within the Division.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 in Landfill Operations includes $593,960 for leachate disposal which is determinedby the amount of rainfall received at the landfill, $276,710 in contractual services and $185,841 for motor fuel. Recyclingincludes $85,000 for contracted labor costs, $439,880 for equipment rental and leases and $55,385 for repair and maintenancefor nine vehicles and five pieces of heavy equipment. Hazardous Waste includes $132,869 for sludge disposal, hazardous wasteremoval, creative recyling e-waste and freon removal. A critical component of solid waste services is the collection of solidwaste for delivery to the proper disposal facilities. Lake County provides this service through contracts with private solid wastecollection contractors known as haulers. Fiscal Year 2013 includes $9,494,000 for these hauler contracts which provide servicesto both residential and commercial customers.Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $123,000 in Landfill Operations for a diesel generator, two rolloff containers, tirecutter and new scales software. Hazardous Waste includes $50,000 for a prefabricated hazardous material storage building.Other for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $237,757 in transfers to the Tax Collector as fees based on two percent of non-advaloremrevenue.F - 153


Department: Public WorksProgram: Solid Waste Closures and Long-Term CareActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 123,248 201,843 102,397 207,500Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 123,248 $ 201,843 $ 102,397 $ 207,500Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 123,248 $ 201,843 $ 102,397 $ 207,500Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 123,248 $ 201,843 $ 102,397 $ 207,500Expenditures by FundSolid Waste Closures and Long-Term Care $ 123,248 $ 201,843 $ 102,397 $ 207,500Total Expenditures $ 123,248 $ 201,843 $ 102,397 $ 207,500Highlights:Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 consists of long-term care costs for six landfills: Umatilla, Lady Lake, Loghouse,C&D (Construction and Demolition), and Central Landfill Phases I and II.F - 154


Public WorksKey ObjectivesPerformance MeasurementsRoad Operations - MaintenanceExtend the life of paved roads through pavement preservation techniques such as resurfacing and micro-surfacingRehabilitate roadway shoulders to allow positive drainage and to eliminate drop-offs for safety purposesMow roadsides and remove right-of-way debris for safety and aesthetic purposesRoad Operations - ConstructionBid and inspect construction projects shown on the Transportation Construction Program to provide a reliable transportationnetworkImprove water quality through bidding and inspecting stormwater retrofit projectsEngineeringDesign road improvements and multi-use trailsComplete the Public Right of Way Transition Plan for ADA and projects to retrofit broken and damaged sidewalksContinue to provide support to the Community Traffic Safety Team at monthly meetings and work on the annual Back-to-School Safety Fair, Motorcycle Safety Fair, and School DUI fairsEngineering - Traffic OperationsUse new sign recovery contract to reduce sign costsIncrease traffic surveillance capabilitiesIncrease the number of intersections connected to Traffic OperationsEnvironmental Services - StormwaterReduce non-compliant structures in the floodplainReduce the number of flooding complaints from incorrect lot gradingEnvironmental Services - Laboratory and HydrogeologyPerform sampling and analysis of surface water, springs, landfill monitor wells, county owned potable wells, stormwaterprojects and any other county related samplesProvide sampling and analysis for citizen potable water samplesProvide sampling and analytical services for local municipalities and businessesEnvironmental Services - Adopt-A-Lake ProgramVolunteers collect water quality samples for analysis at the Lake County Water Resource Mobile LabVolunteers pick up litter from adopted areas on lakes throughout the CountyHold educational events to inform the public on issues such as water quality, benefits of aquatic plants and stormwater BestManagement Practices (BMP)Environmental Services - Mosquito ManagementInvestigate, with integrity and professionalism, all public service requests in an acceptable time periodManage immature mosquitoes to help reduce the number of emerging adult mosquitoesManage adult mosquitoes to reduce the risk of arboviral disease transmissionEnvironmental Services - Aquatic Plant ManagementInvestigate, with integrity and professionalism, all public service requests in an acceptable time periodConduct a water body investigation program to establish and prioritize aquatic plant management strategiesManage invasive and problematic aquatic plants to enhance the natural integrity of Lake County water bodiesSolid WasteComplete Prescription (Rx) Drug Take-back events to all communitiesEstablish employee safety teams and implement a comprehensive safety program using monthly meetingsF - 155


Public WorksPerformance MeasuresPerformance MeasurementsActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Road Operations - MaintenanceMiles of roads preserved 36.50 38.60 31.80Miles of roadway shoulders rehabilitated 6.04 14.78 16.11Miles mowed and right-of-way debris removed 1,361.28 1,361.28 1,361.28Road Operations - ConstructionRoad construction projects bid and inspected 9 14 12Stormwater projects bid and inspected 2 3 3EngineeringCompleted project designs in the 5 year TransportationConstruction program12 12 10Retrofitted broken and damaged sidewalks 0 5 5Meetings and events 15 15 15Engineering - Traffic OperationsAmount saved from sign recovery $0 $4,200 $15,000Traffic surveillance cameras operating 5 10 14Intersections connected to Traffic Operations 11 20 40Environmental Services - StormwaterFloodplain permits issued 194 202 220Lot grading inspections 1,448 1,610 1,700Environmental Services - Laboratory and HydrogeologySamples analyzed - internal 1,418 1,500 1,500Citizen samples analyzed 209 250 300Samples analyzed - external clients 242 400 400Environmental Services - Adopt-A-Lake ProgramSamples collected by volunteers 239 250 250Pounds of trash collected by volunteers (reported) 200 300 350People reached by educational information/presentations 630 1,000 1,200F - 156


Public WorksPerformance MeasuresPerformance MeasurementsActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Environmental Services - Mosquito ManagementService requests 1,439 1,576 1,350Acres larvicided 147 86 121Acres adulticied 812,501 936,397 909,045Environmental Services - Aquatic Plant ManagementService requests 330 202 266Water body surveys 595 526 561Acres treated for undesirable aquatic plants 2,091 1,216 1,847Solid WastePrescription (Rx) Drug Take-back events 10 26 26Monthly meetings 0 4 12F - 157


Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalGENERAL (0010)Public WorksLaboratory and HydrogeologyBlock Digestor for TKN/TP Samples (LCWA) 4541325 7,300 - 7,300Turbidimeter for Surface Water Samples (LCWA) 4541325 1,000 - 1,000Total General Fund $ 8,300 $ $ 8,300COUNTY TRANSPORTATION TRUST (1120)Public WorksEngineering Operations(3) Engineer Workstations 5055100 $ - $ 9,000 $ 9,000Advanced Laptop - 1,300 1,300GPS Survey Base Station with Rover - 23,795 23,795Total County Transportation Trust $ - $ 34,095 $ 34,095MSTU - STORMWATER MANAGEMENT (1230)Public WorksStormwater ManagementPickup, extended cab 5055600 $ - $ 20,000 $ 20,000Pickup, extended cab 5055600 - 27,000 27,000Total MSTU - Stormwater Management $ - $ 47,000 $ 47,000LANDFILL ENTERPRISE (4200)Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Public WorksHazardous WastePrefabricated Storage Building 4568600 $ 50,000 $ - $ 50,000Landfill Operations255 KW Diesel Generator 4569100 13,000 - 13,000(2) 40 cu yd Rolloff Containers 4569100 10,000 - 10,000Tire Cutter 4569100 50,000 - 50,000Scales Software 4569100 50,000 - 50,000Total Landfill Enterprise Fund $ 173,000 $ - $ 173,000TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 181,300 $ 81,095 $ 262,395F - 158


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Constitutional OfficesOrganization ChartFiscal Year 2013CITIZENS OF LAKE COUNTYCLERK OF COURTSNeil KellyPROPERTYAPPRAISEREd HavillSHERIFFGary S. BordersSUPERVISOR OFELECTIONSEmogene StegallTAX COLLECTORBob McKeeFiscal Year 2013F - 160


Constitutional OfficesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by OfficeClerk of Courts $ 4,146,221 $ 4,165,191 $ 4,132,555 $ 4,643,390Property Appraiser 2,175,879 2,058,641 2,066,408 2,095,182Sheriff 61,498,925 58,618,641 58,145,908 56,261,114Supervisor of Elections 1,808,483 2,129,958 1,861,068 1,944,177Tax Collector 4,551,346 4,197,825 4,194,596 4,225,731Total Expenditures $ 74,180,855 $ 71,170,256 $ 70,400,535 $ 69,169,594Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 1,197,804 $ 1,510,623 $ 1,483,886 $ 1,268,138Operating 3,199,233 3,768,904 3,226,574 4,511,558Capital Outlay 23,888 - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 4,420,925 $ 5,279,527 $ 4,710,460 $ 5,779,696Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 273,877 365,721 150,000 346,617Transfers 69,486,053 65,525,008 65,540,075 63,043,281Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 74,180,855 $ 71,170,256 $ 70,400,535 $ 69,169,594Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 73,750,409 $ 70,682,535 $ 70,128,535 $ 68,700,977Law Enforcement Trust 123,877 242,724 125,000 162,050Restricted Local Programs 306,569 244,997 147,000 306,567Total Expenditures $ 74,180,855 $ 71,170,256 $ 70,400,535 $ 69,169,594Constitutional Offices Full Time Positions 1,110.0 1,107.0 1,076.0 1,050.5F - 161


Department: Constitutional OfficesOfficer: Clerk of CourtsActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 408,230 479,820 447,184 1,013,299Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 408,230 $ 479,820 $ 447,184 $ 1,013,299Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 3,737,991 3,685,371 3,685,371 3,630,091Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 4,146,221 $ 4,165,191 $ 4,132,555 $ 4,643,390Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 4,146,221 $ 4,165,191 $ 4,132,555 $ 4,643,390Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 4,146,221 $ 4,165,191 $ 4,132,555 $ 4,643,390Total Expenditures $ 4,146,221 $ 4,165,191 $ 4,132,555 $ 4,643,390Clerk of Courts Full Time Positions 225.0 225.0 216.0 216.0Highlights:The Clerk of Courts is a constitutional officer who derives authority and responsibility from constitutional and statutoryprovisions. The Clerk's office performs a wide range of recordkeeping functions, manages information for the judicial systemand provides a variety of services for the public.Courts Management is responsible for processing all required paperwork associated with civil, criminal, juvenile, and trafficcases in the Circuit and County courts and is funded by fees collected in accordance with Florida Statutes and appropriated bythe Florida Legislature. All unused appropriations are returned to the State after year end.The Clerk of Courts is also elected to serve as the Chief Financial Officer of the Board of County Commissioners, and serves asrecorder, internal auditor, and custodian of all county funds and all official records. State law requires the Clerk to return anynon-court receipts collected in excess of operating costs to the Board of County Commissioners after year end.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $1,013,299 as " In-House Support" to the Clerk to cover overheadexpenditures. This includes increases to contractual services, utility services, and repair and maintenance. These increases are aresult of the Lake County Courthouse Expansion project which will more than double the size of the Courthouse and isexpected to be completed and open by October 2012. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocationfrom 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.Transfers for Fiscal Year 2013 of $3.6 million will allow the Clerk of Courts to maintain the current level of service andreflects a $55,280 or 1.5 percent reduction from the prior year request. To accomplish this, no new positions or salary increaseswere budgeted. In addition to the reductions for Fiscal Year 2013 the Clerk anticipates approximately $220,000 to be returnedin excess fees for Fiscal Year 2012.F - 162


A summary of the FY 2013 transfer to the Clerk of Court is shown below:BCC Accounting $ 1,456,549BCC Support 145,106Internal Audit 437,524Records Storage Facility 791,993(includes Mail Receiving Center)Indirect Cost 798,919$ 3,630,091F - 163


Department: Constitutional OfficesOfficer: Property AppraiserActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 18,056 $ 25,065 $ 25,065 $ 25,135Operating 121,584 120,071 127,838 131,622Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 139,640 $ 145,136 $ 152,903 $ 156,757Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 2,036,239 1,913,505 1,913,505 1,938,425Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 2,175,879 $ 2,058,641 $ 2,066,408 $ 2,095,182Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 2,175,879 $ 2,058,641 $ 2,066,408 $ 2,095,182Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 2,175,879 $ 2,058,641 $ 2,066,408 $ 2,095,182Total Expenditures $ 2,175,879 $ 2,058,641 $ 2,066,408 $ 2,095,182Property Appraiser Full Time Positions 40.0 37.0 37.0 37.0Highlights:The Property Appraiser is responsible for the annual valuation of all real estate and tangible personal property in Lake County.This involves the annual review of sales, deeds and related documents as well as building permits. The Office also conductsdamage assessment after natural disasters to receive disaster relief declaration and funding, investigates fraudulent homesteadapplications, and maintains a web site for use by real estate professionals, as well as citizens, to access property data includingdescriptions and maps.Pursuant to Florida Statute 192.091, the budget for the Property Appraiser's Office, as approved by the Department of Revenue,is the basis upon which each taxing authority in Lake County is billed for services rendered. Lake County's share isproportional to the share of ad valorem taxes compared to total taxes levied for the preceding year.State Law requires the Property Appraiser to return any receipts collected in excess of operating costs to the Board of CountyCommissioners after year end.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $156,757 as "In-House Support" to the Property Appraiser to coveroverhead expenditures such as utilities, communications, office leases, etc. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased riskinsurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.Transfers for Fiscal Year 2013 of $1,938,424 from the General Fund represents 86.1 percent of the Property Appraiser'sbudget. There are also transfers from other Lake County funds including the Lake County Ambulance Fund, MSTU -Stormwater Management Fund, MSTU - Parks Fund, Public Lands Program Fund, and the County Fire Rescue Fund.F - 164


Department: Constitutional OfficesOfficer: SheriffActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 1,826,367 2,290,248 2,018,169 2,403,192Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,826,367 $ 2,290,248 $ 2,018,169 $ 2,403,192Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 273,877 365,721 150,000 346,617Transfers 59,398,681 55,962,672 55,977,739 53,511,305Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 61,498,925 $ 58,618,641 $ 58,145,908 $ 56,261,114Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 61,498,925 $ 58,618,641 $ 58,145,908 $ 56,261,114Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 61,068,479 $ 58,130,920 $ 57,873,908 $ 55,792,497Law Enforcement Trust 123,877 242,724 125,000 162,050Restricted Local Programs 306,569 244,997 147,000 306,567Total Expenditures $ 61,498,925 $ 58,618,641 $ 58,145,908 $ 56,261,114Sheriff Full Time Positions 766.0 766.0 743.0 717.5Highlights:The Sheriff's Office serves the citizens of Lake County by enforcing the laws, providing for the safety and protection of the publicand property, providing court security and civil process while maintaining cost effective, professional and proactive lawenforcement services. This is accomplished through the use of the latest technological advances, community policing techniques,school-based youth intervention, crime prevention, and volunteer services. The Sheriff's Office is responsible for the operation ofthe Lake County Detention Center, a 960-bed facility, housing maximum, medium, and minimum custody inmates.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $350,500 as "In-House Support Law Enforcement" to the Sheriff to coveroverhead costs such as utilities, custodial care, maintenance contracts and rents and leases. The County will also provide $1.9million as "In House Support Corrections" to cover costs inmate medical care and property and liability insurance for correctionalfacilities. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all Countydepartments.Transfers for Fiscal Year 2013 of $53.5 million to the Sheriff's Office pay for the salaries, benefits and operating costs required torun the office. A summary of the FY 2013 transfer to the Sheriff is shown in the schedule on the following page. In addition,estimated incremental costs of $356,181 for Court Services for the Lake County Court House Expansion have not been included.The City of Minneola and the Town of Montverde contract with the Lake County Sheriff for the performance of law enforcementservices within their respective corporate boundaries. The level of sworn and administrative personnel as well as operating andcapital contributions are determined annually by agreement. The agreements for FY 2013 are not finalized and the budgetedamounts reflect the current or proposed agreements.F - 165


Sheriff - continuedThe FY 2013 budget includes two Edward J. Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants (JAG). The local JAG solicitationawarded through the US Department of Justice totals $49,676. The State solicitation awarded through the Florida Department ofLaw Enforcement totals $113,436, the majority of which will be passed through to local law enforcement agencies in Lake County.Summary of FY 2013 transfer to the Sheriff:Law Enforcement $ 28,236,155Jail Operations 19,622,160Bailiff Office 1,797,013$ 49,655,328City of Clermont Dispatch Services 407,053City of Minneola Law Enforcement Services 1,115,000Town of Montverde Law Enforcement Services 81,133School Resource Officers (SROs) 2,089,679Edward J. Byrne Memorial Grants 163,112$ 3,855,977Total Transfer $ 53,511,305F - 166


Department: Constitutional OfficesOfficer: Supervisor of ElectionsActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 1,173,525 $ 1,477,036 $ 1,450,299 $ 1,234,457Operating 606,037 652,922 410,769 709,720Capital Outlay 23,888 - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,803,450 $ 2,129,958 $ 1,861,068 $ 1,944,177Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 5,033 - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 1,808,483 $ 2,129,958 $ 1,861,068 $ 1,944,177Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 1,808,483 $ 2,129,958 $ 1,861,068 $ 1,944,177Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 1,808,483 $ 2,129,958 $ 1,861,068 $ 1,944,177Total Expenditures $ 1,808,483 $ 2,129,958 $ 1,861,068 $ 1,944,177Supervisor of Elections Full Time Positions 11.0 11.0 13.0 13.0Highlights:The Supervisor of Elections (SOE) is responsible for providing all eligible citizens of Lake County convenient access to voterregistration, as well as accessible voting locations and equipment. The Supervisor of Elections also is responsible forpromoting fair, equitable and accurate elections, maintaining records of registrations, campaign finance reports and otherelection-related data accurately and in a form that is accessible to the public.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $165,943 as " In-House Support" to the Supervisor of Elections to coveroverhead expenditures for rents and leases for storage space. Excluding "In-House Support" the budget for the Supervisor ofElections was reduced by 16.5 percent or $352,838. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocationfrom 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.F - 167


Department: Constitutional OfficesOfficer: Tax CollectorActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 6,223 $ 8,522 $ 8,522 $ 8,546Operating 237,014 225,843 222,614 253,725Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 243,237 $ 234,365 $ 231,136 $ 262,271Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 4,308,109 3,963,460 3,963,460 3,963,460Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 4,551,346 $ 4,197,825 $ 4,194,596 $ 4,225,731Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 4,551,346 $ 4,197,825 $ 4,194,596 $ 4,225,731Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 4,551,346 $ 4,197,825 $ 4,194,596 $ 4,225,731Total Expenditures $ 4,551,346 $ 4,197,825 $ 4,194,596 $ 4,225,731Tax Collector Full Time Positions 68.0 68.0 67.0 67.0Highlights:The Tax Collector’s Office is responsible for providing a wide range of services to the citizens and taxpayers of Lake Countyon behalf of other governmental units, including but not limited to: the Florida Department of Revenue, the Florida Departmentof Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the Board of CountyCommissioners, the School Board, fourteen municipalities, two hospital districts and numerous special taxing districts. Theseservices consist primarily of the collection and administration of ad valorem taxes, non-ad valorem assessments, motor vehicleand vessel registration and title fees, occupational license taxes, tourist development taxes and hunting and fishing license fees.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $262,271 as "In-House Support" to the Tax Collector to cover overheadcosts such as utilities, custodial care, maintenance contracts and rents and leases. Additionally, the budget reflects the increasedrisk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.Transfers for Fiscal Year 2013 from the General Fund to the Tax Collector is estimated at $3.96 million. In accordance withFlorida Statute, Lake County's contribution to the Tax Collector is based on approximately two percent of taxes andassessments collected on behalf of the Board of County Commissioners and the School Board. The transfer funds salaries,benefits and operating costs for the office.State Law requires the Tax Collector to return any receipts collected in excess of operating costs to the Board of CountyCommissioners after year end.F - 168


Judicial SupportOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013LAKE COUNTYJUDICIAL SUPPORTState Attorney Public Defender (6)Circuit Judges (4)Automated SystemsSpecialist (3)Trial Court Law ClerkData Entry OperatorSystems AdministratorAssistant Public DefenderUser Support AnalystOffice Associate IExecutive OfficeManagerLegend:( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [10]Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012F - 169


Judicial SupportActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by Division/ProgramCircuit Judges $ 660,065 $ 886,078 $ 785,861 $ 1,201,698Guardian Ad Litem 12,349 27,970 24,123 29,120Juvenile Justice 579,559 793,306 722,714 795,507Legal Aid 115,070 115,070 115,070 115,070Public Defender 401,932 460,788 460,545 484,449State Attorney 436,089 493,396 428,472 529,203Total Expenditures $ 2,205,064 $ 2,776,608 $ 2,536,785 $ 3,155,047Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 486,354 $ 523,935 $ 536,165 $ 607,173Operating 674,060 942,888 831,118 1,270,914Capital Outlay 40,878 89,875 64,994 64,050Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,201,292 $ 1,556,698 $ 1,432,277 $ 1,942,137Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 1,003,772 1,219,910 1,104,508 1,212,910Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 2,205,064 $ 2,776,608 $ 2,536,785 $ 3,155,047Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 2,205,064 $ 2,776,608 $ 2,536,785 $ 3,155,047General $ 2,205,064 $ 2,776,608 $ 2,536,785 $ 3,155,047Total Expenditures $ 2,205,064 $ 2,776,608 $ 2,536,785 $ 3,155,047Number of Full Time Positions 10.0 9.0 9.0 10.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 10.0 9.0 9.0 10.0F - 170


Department: Judicial SupportDivision: Circuit JudgesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 186,079 $ 183,692 $ 195,692 $ 255,293Operating 440,097 624,236 531,150 886,905Capital Outlay 33,889 78,150 59,019 59,500Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 660,065 $ 886,078 $ 785,861 $ 1,201,698Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 660,065 $ 886,078 $ 785,861 $ 1,201,698Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 660,065 $ 886,078 $ 785,861 $ 1,201,698Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 660,065 $ 886,078 $ 785,861 $ 1,201,698Total Expenditures $ 660,065 $ 886,078 $ 785,861 $ 1,201,698Number of Full Time Positions 3.0 3.0 3.0 4.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 3.0 3.0 3.0 4.0Highlights:Located in the heart of Central Florida, the Fifth Judicial Circuit covers a geographical area approaching the size ofConnecticut. The Circuit is comprised of the following five counties: Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion and Sumter. With mainadministrative offices in Ocala, the Fifth Circuit is the ninth most populous judicial circuit with 5.5 percent of Florida'spopulation. According to the 4/1/2010 Census, the Fifth Judicial Circuit serves a total population which exceeds 1,035,784. TheFifth Judicial Circuit currently has 31 Circuit Court Judges and 11 County Court Judges. The Circuit is part of the Fifth DistrictCourt of Appeal, located in Daytona Beach. In Lake County, there are eight Circuit Court Judges and three County CourtJudges, one Senior Judge, one General Magistrate, one Child Support Hearing Officer, and one Civil Traffic Infraction HearingOfficer.Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from$5,500 to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. One new law clerk position has been included for Circuit Civil cases. Thereis a workload of over 4,000 case filings and a backlog of over 4,500 foreclosure cases that goes back to previous fiscal years.This position is critical in conserving judicial time by providing legal research assistance and other legal support to facilitatetimely and efficient processing of civil cases. This position will review, evaluate, screen, and monitor cases with the intent ofleading the cases towards a timely disposition.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes increases to contractual services, utility services, and repair andmaintenance. These increases are a result of the Lake County Courthouse Expansion project which will more than double thesize of the Courthouse and is expected to be completed and open by October 2012. Additionally, the budget reflects theincreased risk insurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 for the Circuit Judges Technology includes $54,500 (machinery and equipment) and$5,000 in improvements other than buildings (technology wiring).F - 171


Department: Judicial SupportDivision: Guardian Ad LitemActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 12,349 25,370 21,523 29,120Capital Outlay - 2,600 2,600 -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 12,349 $ 27,970 $ 24,123 $ 29,120Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 12,349 $ 27,970 $ 24,123 $ 29,120Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 12,349 $ 27,970 $ 24,123 $ 29,120Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 12,349 $ 27,970 $ 24,123 $ 29,120Total Expenditures $ 12,349 $ 27,970 $ 24,123 $ 29,120Number of Full Time Positions - - - -Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions - - - -Highlights:The State of Florida Guardian Ad Litem Program is a network of professional staff and community advocates, partnering toprovide a strong voice in court and positive systemic change on behalf of Florida’s abused and neglected children. There are 21local Guardian Ad Litem programs in 20 judicial circuits in Florida. Lake County is part of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes increases to communications and office supplies for technology itemsincluding computers and an upgrade to the current internet connection.F - 172


Department: Judicial SupportProgram: Juvenile JusticeActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ 43,306 $ 43,536 $ 44,936Operating - - - 571Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ 43,306 $ 43,536 $ 45,507Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 579,559 750,000 679,178 750,000Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 579,559 $ 793,306 $ 722,714 $ 795,507Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 579,559 $ 793,306 $ 722,714 $ 795,507Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 579,559 $ 793,306 $ 722,714 $ 795,507Total Expenditures $ 579,559 $ 793,306 $ 722,714 $ 795,507Number of Full Time Positions - - - -Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Positions - - - -Highlights:Juvenile detention in Florida is a short-term temporary program. Juvenile offenders who require long-term sanctions andrehabilitation are placed into non-residential or residential correctional programs. Two types of detention are available: SecureDetention and Home Detention. Youths placed in Secure Detention have been assessed as risks to public safety and must remainin a physically secure detention center while awaiting court proceedings. Each individual county throughout Florida shares in thecost of the Department of Juvenile Justice’s total detention budget based upon the county’s prior annual usage.Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. The Program Associate position is funded from the General Fund - Court Innovations(Juvenile Alternative Programs) for a civil citation program. This position will report to the Probation Services Division of theConservation and Compliance Department.Grants and Aids for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $750,000 for the estimated share for Lake County of the Department of JuvenileJustice's total detention budget.F - 173


Department: Judicial SupportProgram: Legal AidActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 115,070 115,070 115,070 115,070Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 115,070 $ 115,070 $ 115,070 $ 115,070Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 115,070 $ 115,070 $ 115,070 $ 115,070Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 115,070 $ 115,070 $ 115,070 $ 115,070Total Expenditures $ 115,070 $ 115,070 $ 115,070 $ 115,070Number of Full Time Positions - - - -Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions - - - -Highlights:Civil legal aid – free legal assistance for low-income people – began in the United States in the late 1870’s. The creation of civillegal aid gives those who cannot afford attorneys access to justice. Legal aid agencies became common in the United States in the1960’s. Through Community Legal Service of Mid Florida, Inc., clients are offered civil legal advice, assistance, andrepresentation. Legal assistance in criminal, personal injury or traffic matters is not offered.Grants and Aids for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $115,070 for the Community Legal Service of Mid Florida, Inc., to offer freelegal assistance for low-income people.F - 174


Department: Judicial SupportDivision: Public DefenderActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 300,275 $ 296,937 $ 296,937 $ 306,944Operating 98,263 157,726 162,483 172,955Capital Outlay 3,394 6,125 1,125 4,550Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 401,932 $ 460,788 $ 460,545 $ 484,449Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 401,932 $ 460,788 $ 460,545 $ 484,449Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 401,932 $ 460,788 $ 460,545 $ 484,449Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 401,932 $ 460,788 $ 460,545 $ 484,449Total Expenditures $ 401,932 $ 460,788 $ 460,545 $ 484,449Number of Full Time Positions 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0Highlights:The United States Constitution requires states to provide lawyers for those criminal defendants who cannot afford to hire counsel.The Public Defender is responsible for representing indigent citizens charged with a crime, felony or misdemeanor, in the Circuitand County courts in any case that involves the possibility of incarceration. The Public Defender is also responsible forrepresenting indigent persons in civil commitment proceedings, civil commitment proceedings involving alleged sexually violentpredators, persons who are appealing their convictions, involuntary commitments or delinquency adjudications. The PublicDefender is elected for a term of four years and runs for office in presidential election years.Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. Six professional positions are funded from the General Fund.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes increases to contractual services, utility services, and repair and maintenance.These increases are a result of the Lake County Courthouse Expansion project which will more than double the size of theCourthouse and is expected to be completed and open by October 2012. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased riskinsurance allocation from 25 percent to 100 percent for all county departments.Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $4,550 in Capital Outlay (machinery and equipment) for a replacement laptop andthe pro rata share of a file server.F - 175


Department: Judicial SupportDivision: State AttorneyActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 123,351 135,556 115,962 181,363Capital Outlay 3,595 3,000 2,250 -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 126,946 $ 138,556 $ 118,212 $ 181,363Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 309,143 354,840 310,260 347,840Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 436,089 $ 493,396 $ 428,472 $ 529,203Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 436,089 $ 493,396 $ 428,472 $ 529,203Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 436,089 $ 493,396 $ 428,472 $ 529,203Total Expenditures $ 436,089 $ 493,396 $ 428,472 $ 529,203Number of Full Time Positions 1.0 - - -Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 1.0 - - -Highlights:The Constitution of the State of Florida empowers the State Attorney as the prosecuting officer of all circuit and county trialcourts. The State Attorney processes all criminal cases presented by law enforcement officers who have charged persons withfelonies, misdemeanors, traffic crimes such as DUI or reckless driving, acts of juvenile delinquency, and certain violations ofcounty or municipal ordinances.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes increases to contractual services, utility services, and repair and maintenance.These increases are a result of the Lake County Courthouse Expansion project which will more than double the size of theCourthouse and is expected to be completed and open by October 2012.F - 176


Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalGENERAL (0010)Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Judicial SupportPublic Defender - TechnologyFile server replacement 6062200 - 2,050 2,050(2) Emergency Laptop 6062200 - 2,500 2,500Court Admin - TechnologyAudio Mixers for Court Sound System 6062300 - 25,000 25,000Layer 2 Switch POE 6062300 - 2,500 2,500Polycom Video Conference 6062300 - 4,500 4,500Technology Wiring 6062300 - 5,000 5,000(3) MFP Devices for shared Courtroom 6062300 9,000 13,500 22,500Total General Fund $ 9,000 $ 55,050 $ 64,050TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 9,000 $ 55,050 $ 64,050F - 177


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Debt ServiceActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013General Obligation BondsLimited General Obligation Bonds, Series 2007 $ 2,757,353 $ 3,721,695 $ 2,752,264 $ 3,699,424Amount of Issue: $34,720,000Remaining Principal as of 9/30/2013: $25,705,000Maturity Date: April 1, 2026Subtotal General Obligation Bonds $ 2,757,353 $ 3,721,695 $ 2,752,264 $ 3,699,424Special Obligation BondsPari-Mutuel Revenues Replacement Bonds, Series 2011 $ 307,014 $ 435,350 $ 270,110 $ 457,508Amount of Issue: $3,635,000Remaining Principal as of 9/30/2013: $3,280,000Maturity Date: October 1, 2030Capital Improvement Revenue Bonds, Series 2007 5,739,595 5,767,337 5,739,905 5,772,338Amount of Issue: $87,455,000Remaining Principal as of 9/30/2013: $79,550,000Maturity Date: June 1, 2037Subtotal Special Obligation Bonds $ 6,046,609 $ 6,202,687 $ 6,010,015 $ 6,229,846Commercial LoanHancock Bank of Florida, 2008 $ 1,208,398 $ 1,267,898 $ 1,208,397 $ 1,270,823Amount of Issue: $10,000,000Remaining Principal as of 9/30/2013: $4,516,585Maturity Date: June 1, 2017Subtotal Commercial Loan $ 1,208,398 $ 1,267,898 $ 1,208,397 $ 1,270,823Total Debt Service $ 10,012,360 $ 11,192,280 $ 9,970,676 $ 11,200,093Expenditures by CategoryDebt Service $ 9,873,029 $ 9,917,400 $ 9,917,400 $ 9,919,893Other Fees and Reserves 139,331 1,274,880 53,276 1,280,200Total Expenditures $ 10,012,360 $ 11,192,280 $ 9,970,676 $ 11,200,093Highlights:Four debt service funds totaling $11,216,193 have been established to repay the principal and interest expenses related to longtermdebt on various revenue and limited general obligation bond issues.Two additional debt instruments are paid from the Landfill Enterprise Fund. First is a $10 million Solid Waste Note Payableissued on November 20, 2002 that refinanced previously outstanding debt for a ten-year period at a fixed interest rate of 3.69%with SunTrust Bank. Principal payments of $1 million are payable annually on December 1 and interest is payable semi-annuallyon June 1 and December 1, with the final payment due on December 1, 2012. The note is secured by solid waste system netrevenues and a covenant by the county to budget and appropriate a sufficient amount to pay the debt service when due.F - 179


Debt Service - continuedThe second debt instrument paid from the Landfill Enterprise Fund is the Lake County Resource Recovery IndustrialDevelopment Refunding Revenue Bond issued on December 14, 2004 in the amount of $51,515,196. The Series 2004 Bondswere refunded on February 8, 2010 by the issuance of a bond for $20,234,780 bearing an interest rate of 4.16% per annum with amaturity date of October 1, 2013. This debt is not an obligation of Lake County. However, the County is responsible for the debtservice through an agreement with Covanta, Inc.In April 2007, the County issued $34.7 million in limited general obligation bonds for the purpose of acquiring and improvinglands within the County to protect drinking water resources, preserve natural areas, protect open space from overdevelopment,provide parks and trails and improve water quality. The principal, interest and reserve budget totals $3,699,424 and is supportedby a voter approved county-wide millage rate of .1900 mills. The anticipated ad valorem revenue of $2.8 million combined withinterest earnings and with approximately $925,644 in reserves will be sufficient to pay the Fiscal Year 2013 debt service.The County has sold three other revenue bond/bank notes that are backed by sales tax revenues. A $4.4 million revenue bondwas issued backed by state sales tax revenues (used to replace racing tax revenues previously distributed by the state) for landacquisition and construction of a regional park and various walking and biking trails. A $3.6 million revenue bond was issued in2011 to refund the Series 2000 bonds. The Series 2011 issue is estimated to have a total savings of $549,000. The principal,interest and reserve budget for Fiscal Year 2013 totals $457,508.An $87.4 million revenue bond was issued backed by the County’s half-cent sales tax revenues for acquiring, constructing, andequipping the Downtown Tavares Center for Governmental Operations and Judicial Center, as well as the South TavaresGovernment Complex for Public Works, Public Safety, Fleet Operations and Health Department Administration/Clinic. Currentplans have been pared down to include only the Downtown Tavares Center and the Judicial Center. The principal, interest andreserve budget for Fiscal Year 2013 totals $5,772,338.A $10 million commercial bank loan was approved in April 2008 to help fund the 800 MHz radio system backed by theCounty’s share of a one percent local option infrastructure sales tax. This note payable is being refinanced on June 12, 2012 withthe new interest rate of 1.45%. The principal, interest and reserve budget for Fiscal Year 2013 totals $1,270,823.Debt Management Policy:The objective of Lake County’s Debt Management Policy (LCC-57) is to establish guidelines and requirements for thedevelopment of a debt management system. The policy includes the following directives:When the County finances projects through the issuance of bonds, it will pay back the bonds within a period not to exceed90 percent of the useful life of the project.Where possible, the County will use self-supporting revenue, special assessment, or other self-supporting bonds, instead ofgeneral obligation bonds to fund capital projects.The County will not use long-term debt to finance current operations.The County will seek to maintain and, if applicable, improve its current bond rating.The County will maintain good communications with bond rating agencies to inform them about the County’s financialconditions. The County will follow a policy of full disclosure, including adherence to Rule 15c2-12 under the SecuritiesExchange Act of 1934. In compliance with this rule, the County's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report will be filedwith the Securities and Exchange Commission.Lake County has not adopted legal debt limits within its financial policies. However, debt ratios, such as direct and over all debtper capita and debt per taxable property value, are tracked and compared with those recommended by Moody’s InvestorsService.F - 180


Schedule of Debt Service RequirementsPrincipal Interest Other FeesPayment Payment and Reserves TotalFY 2013 FY 2013 FY 2013 FY 2013General Obligation BondsLimited General Obligation Bonds $ 1,425,000 $ 1,277,188 $ 997,236 $ 3,699,424Series 2007Subtotal General Obligation Bonds $ 1,425,000 $ 1,277,188 $ 997,236 $ 3,699,424Special Obligation BondsPari-Mutuel Revenues Replacement Bonds $ 135,000 $ 133,528 $ 188,980 $ 457,508Series 2011Capital Improvement Revenue Bonds 1,800,000 3,940,780 31,558 5,772,338Series 2007Subtotal Special Obligation Bonds $ 1,935,000 $ 4,074,308 $ 220,538 $ 6,229,846Commercial LoanHancock Bank of Florida $ 1,053,028 $ 155,369 $ 62,426 $ 1,270,8232008Subtotal Commercial Loan $ 1,053,028 $ 155,369 $ 62,426 $ 1,270,823Total Debt Service $ 4,413,028 $ 5,506,865 $ 1,280,200 $ 11,200,093Highlights:The Limited General Obligation Bonds are secured by a pledge of not more than one third of a mill of ad valorem taxespursuant to a referendum approved by the voters in 2004. These funds are used to acquire and manage environmentallysensitive public lands in the County. The Fiscal Year 2013 funding requirement for this bond series is supported by acountywide millage rate of .1900. Principal payments are due in annual installments beginning on June 1, 2007 continuing untilApril 1, 2026. Interest on the bonds is payable semi-annually on June 1 and December 1 each year, commencing on June 1,2007. The serial bonds bear interest at rates ranging from 4-5% and mature on April 1, 2026.Pari-Mutuel Revenue Replacement Bonds are financed by sales tax revenues collected by the State pursuant to Chapter 212,Part 1, Florida Statutes. Beginning July1, 2000, the State began using sales tax revenues to replace revenues formerlydistributed to counties from racetrack and jai alai fronton monies. Bond proceeds were used to fund the acquisition of parklands and associated improvements. This bond matures on October 1, 2030.The Capital Improvement Revenue Bonds are secured by a pledge of the half-cent sales tax distributed to the County by theState of Florida and were issued to construct the Downtown Tavares Center for Governmental Operations. These bonds matureon June 1, 2037.The commercial loan with Hancock Bank of Florida is secured by a pledge of the County's share of a one percent local optioninfrastructure sales tax and matures on June 1, 2017. This loan completed the funding required for the Countywide 800MHzRadio System.F - 181


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Non-DepartmentalActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by ProgramGeneral Fund $ 15,778,461 $ 44,109,370 $ 17,020,327 $ 38,033,311Infrastructure Sales Tax 9,976,480 9,995,250 10,474,070 10,587,705Lake County Ambulance 7,639,268 7,033,690 6,899,168 7,425,707Special Assessments 668,016 635,609 645,342 638,271Total Expenditures $ 34,062,225 $ 61,773,919 $ 35,038,907 $ 56,684,994Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 1,959,789 2,060,028 2,017,584 2,066,155Capital Outlay 16,109 - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,975,897 $ 2,060,028 $ 2,017,584 $ 2,066,155Capital Improvements 65,330 227,476 37,327 200,461Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 9,095,094 7,627,523 7,599,841 7,269,524Transfers 22,925,903 24,621,030 25,384,155 25,712,493Reserves - 27,237,862 - 21,436,361Total Operating Expenditures $ 34,062,225 $ 61,773,919 $ 35,038,907 $ 56,684,994Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 34,062,225 $ 61,773,919 $ 35,038,907 $ 56,684,994Expenditures by FundGeneral $ 15,778,461 $ 44,109,370 $ 17,020,327 $ 38,033,311Infrastructure Sales Tax 9,976,480 9,995,250 10,474,070 10,587,705Lake County Ambulance 7,639,268 7,033,690 6,899,168 7,425,707Special Assessments:Greater Groves MSBU 199,127 186,077 189,778 186,077Greater Hills MSBU 229,914 215,767 219,127 218,106Greater Pines Municipal Services 221,240 212,337 215,736 214,078Picciola Island Street Lighting 2,992 3,559 3,358 3,273Valencia Terrace Street Lighting 4,450 5,896 5,668 5,386Village Green Street Lighting 10,292 11,973 11,675 11,351Total Expenditures $ 34,062,225 $ 61,773,919 $ 35,038,907 $ 56,684,994F - 183


General Fund Non-DepartmentalActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 1,244,903 1,446,726 1,386,854 1,449,894Capital Outlay 16,109 - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 1,261,012 $ 1,446,726 $ 1,386,854 $ 1,449,894Capital Improvements 65,330 227,476 37,327 200,461Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 1,956,893 1,489,114 1,461,259 1,441,364Transfers 12,495,226 14,134,887 14,134,887 14,639,574Reserves - 26,811,167 - 20,302,018Total Operating Expenditures $ 15,778,461 $ 44,109,370 $ 17,020,327 $ 38,033,311Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 15,778,461 $ 44,109,370 $ 17,020,327 $ 38,033,311Expenditures by FundGeneral Fund $ 15,778,461 $ 44,109,370 $ 17,020,327 $ 38,033,311Total Expenditures $ 15,778,461 $ 44,109,370 $ 17,020,327 $ 38,033,311Highlights:The General Fund non-operating expenditures have a countywide impact and do not fall under the responsibility of a singledepartment.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes Munis financial system contracts and countywide services such as postage,cell phone, bank fees, and professional services. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk allocation from 25 percentto 100 percent for all County departments.Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 includes an estimated rebudget of unspent funds of $200,461 for the combined Fleetfacility.Grants and Aids for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $1.37 million payment to the Community Redevelopment Areas, $52,250 forthe Trout Lake Naturalist position, and $20,000 for the Lake County Historical Society.A summary of Fiscal Year 2013 interfund transfers are shown below:Public Transportation $ 1,406,281County Library System 4,001,095Landfill Enterprise 3,299,120Expansion Projects Debt Service 5,740,780County Fire Rescue 192,298$ 14,639,574F - 184


General Fund Non-DepartmentalExpenditure DetailActualAdopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Medical Examiner $ 771,464 $ 780,060 $ 780,060 $ 782,741Operating Expenditures 52,777 * (59,872) *Financial Advisor - 6,000 6,000 6,000Value Adjustment Board 46,299 86,100 86,100 85,000Professional Services - Countywide - 93,872 93,872 75,000Federal Lobbyist 72,600 72,600 72,600 72,600Contractual Services - Countywide - 31,000 31,000 47,340Financial Software Consulting Services - 30,500 30,500 -Financial Software Maintenance 217,624 262,250 262,250 232,712Insurance - Ford Commerce Park 1,416 - - -Maintenance - Countywide - - - 25,000Office Supplies and Other Expenses 33,313 - - 28,157Tax Deed Certificates 5,405 5,000 5,000 10,000Legal Advertisements - - - 6,000Impact Fee and Assessment Refunds/Credits - 10,000 10,000 10,000FHP Radar Certification - 5,000 5,000 5,000Miscellaneous Fees and Bank Service Charges 9,714 23,000 23,000 23,000Lake County League of Cities 862 847 847 847National Association of Counties 3,803 3,803 3,803 3,803Florida Association of Counties 26,694 26,694 26,694 26,694Municipal Code Service 2,933 10,000 10,000 10,000Capital OutlayRadio Operations 27,438 26,852 - -Centralized Fleet Facility 37,892 200,624 37,327 200,461Munis Financial System Servers 16,109 - - -Grants and Aids 2,145 *Trout Lake Nature Center 55,000 55,000 55,000 52,250Youth Recreation Assistance Program 31,925 30,000 - -Lake County Historical Society 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000St. Johns River Alliance 5,000 5,000 5,000 -Municipalities - Moving Traffic Violation Fees 59,903 - - -MyRegion.org 10,000 10,000 10,000 -Veteran Memorial and Other Adjustments 6,700 - - -Community Redevelopment Areas 1,768,365 1,369,114 1,369,114 1,369,114Interfund Transfers 12,495,226 14,134,887 14,134,887 14,639,574Reserves - 26,811,167 - 20,302,018Total Expenditures $ 15,778,461 $ 44,109,370 $ 17,020,327 $ 38,033,311* All actual expenditures for Fiscal Year 2011 and estimated Fiscal Year 2012 are not readily available and may be shown in the aggregateunder Operating Expenditures.F - 185


Infrastructure Sales Tax Non-DepartmentalActualAdopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 9,976,480 9,995,250 10,474,070 10,587,705Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 9,976,480 $ 9,995,250 $ 10,474,070 $ 10,587,705Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 9,976,480 $ 9,995,250 $ 10,474,070 $ 10,587,705Expenditures by FundInfrastructure Sales Tax Revenue $ 9,976,480 $ 9,995,250 $ 10,474,070 $ 10,587,705Total Expenditures $ 9,976,480 $ 9,995,250 $ 10,474,070 $ 10,587,705Highlights:The County’s share of the one-cent sales tax is collected in the Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue fund and subsequentlytransferred to other funds for allowable expenditures. Fiscal Year 2013 appropriations include funding for debt servicepayments for the countywide radio system transferred to the Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service Fund, funding for parkimprovements to the Parks Capital Projects Fund, and the administrative service fee to the General Fund. The balance will betransferred to the Renewal Sales Tax Capital Project Funds, 50 percent of which must be used for transportation purposes and50 percent for purposes allowed by F.S. 212.055(2).The levy of the one-cent sales tax began on January 1, 2003 and will remain in effect for 15 years until December 31, 2017.FY 2013 Infrastructure Sales Tax Revenue Transfers$ 350,000 Parks projects - Parks Capital Projects Fund500,000 Administrative Service Fee - General Fund2,763,423 Emergency Communications and Operations Center (ECOC)722,032 Facility capital projects - Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects Fund5,043,852 Transportation funding - Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW Fund1,208,398 Debt service for $10 million commercial loan for countywide radio system -Renewal Sales Tax Debt Service Fund$10,587,705F - 186


Lake County AmbulanceActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 60,920 - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 60,920 $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids 7,138,201 6,138,409 6,138,582 5,828,160Transfers 440,146 468,586 760,586 463,204Reserves - 426,695 - 1,134,343Total Operating Expenditures $ 7,639,268 $ 7,033,690 $ 6,899,168 $ 7,425,707Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 7,639,268 $ 7,033,690 $ 6,899,168 $ 7,425,707Expenditures by FundLake County Ambulance $ 7,639,268 $ 7,033,690 $ 6,899,168 $ 7,425,707Total Expenditures $ 7,639,268 $ 7,033,690 $ 6,899,168 $ 7,425,707Highlights:A countywide municipal service taxing unit was established by Ordinance No. 2000-35 for the provision of essential facilitiesand municipal services for the unincorporated and incorporated areas of Lake County. Funds derived from the levy andcollection of ad valorem taxes are used to provide ambulance and emergency medical services for the citizens of Lake County.Ambulance services from Fiscal Years 2000-2011were provided by Lake-Sumter Emergency Medical Services, Inc. (LSEMS),a governmental corporation created by Lake and Sumter Counties pursuant to Chapter 163, Florida Statutes. In early 2011,Sumter County elected to end its 11 years cooperative venture by deciding to bid out the ambulance service contract. LSEMSofficially ceased operation at the end of September 2011.LEMS was created per the Board's direction on July 19, 2011, and began operations on October 1, 2011. This new entity wasgiven the mandate to provide efficient, cost-effective emergency medical service and transportation of the sick and injuredcitizens and visitors of Lake County. The Medical Director oversees the medical protocol and guidelines for emergencymedical response, patient care and quality development programs.The Fiscal Year 2013 budget of $7,425,707 is supported by a 0.3853 millage rate and is expected to generate $5,650,570.Grants and aids for Fiscal Year 2013 includes a combination of the $105,973 estimated tax increment payment to theCommunity Redevelopment Areas and $513,344 to municipalities providing advanced life support (ALS) emergency responsewithin their jurisdictions. The $5,208,843 contribution to Lake EMS, Inc. for the provision of emergency medical andtransportation services is also shown under grants and aids.F - 187


Lake County Ambulance - continuedTransfers for Fiscal Year 2013 include the customary administrative transfers to the Property Appraiser and Tax Collector. A$300,000 transfer to the County Fire Rescue Fund was also budgeted to be used for the purchase of Advanced Life Support(ALS) equipment by the Lake County Public Safety Department. Lake County Fire Rescue has increased the number of stationswith ALS services from 6 to 13 over the last six years.To provide ALS emergency response to city and County residents in the best and most efficient way possible, LEMS hasentered into interlocal agreements with municipalities that operate a fire department and wish to offer ALS emergency responsewithin their jurisdictions. These agreements stipulate that an amount equaling 0.1 mill ad valorem levy on each City'sassessment roll shall be paid to the participating municipalities.F - 188


Special AssessmentsActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 653,965 613,302 630,730 616,261Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 653,965 $ 613,302 $ 630,730 $ 616,261Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 14,051 22,307 14,612 22,010Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 668,016 $ 635,609 $ 645,342 $ 638,271Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 668,016 $ 635,609 $ 645,342 $ 638,271Expenditures by FundGreater Groves MSBU $ 199,127 $ 186,077 $ 189,778 $ 186,077Greater Hills MSBU 229,914 215,767 219,127 218,106Greater Pines Municipal Services 221,240 212,337 215,736 214,078Picciola Island Street Lighting 2,992 3,559 3,358 3,273Valencia Terrace Street Lighting 4,450 5,896 5,668 5,386Village Green Street Lighting 10,292 11,973 11,675 11,351Total Expenditures $ 668,016 $ 635,609 $ 645,342 $ 638,271Highlights:Lake County receives a three percent administrative fee based on the anticipated revenues for each of the six funds above. Thefunds for each of these non-ad valorem assessments are retained in a separate fund within the Lake County financialaccounting system. Any interest that accumulates from the assessment funds are prorated and posted to each fund monthly.The non-ad valorem assessments apply to parcels in the associated subdivisions only (named above).The assessments for Greater Hills, Greater Groves and Greater Pines are for the provision of maintenance services for thecommon areas within each subdivision. The annual budget for these services is established by the homeowners' association(HOA) within each subdivision for the sole benefit of the individuals in each subdivision.Lake County establishes the budgets for the three subdivisions associated with street lighting (Village Green, Picciola Island,and Valencia Terrace) based on the current electric invoices, plus any inflationary factor. The County remits the payments tothe associated electric company monthly.F - 189


TABLE OF CONTENTSInternal Service FundsTable of Contents ................................................................................................... G - 1County Manager ................................................................................................... G - 3Organization Chart ........................................................................................... G - 4Departmental Summary .................................................................................... G - 5Fleet Management ............................................................................................ G - 6Performance Measurements ............................................................................. G - 7Human Resources ................................................................................................. G - 9Organization Chart ........................................................................................... G - 10Departmental Summary .................................................................................... G - 11Property and Casualty ....................................................................................... G - 12Employee Group Benefits ................................................................................ G - 13Performance Measurements ............................................................................. G - 14Non-Departmental ................................................................................................ G - 15Departmental Summary .................................................................................... G - 17Non-Departmental ............................................................................................ G - 18G - 1


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CountyManager


County ManagerOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013County Manager(51)County Manager andBCC Support (2)Deputy County ManagerExecutive OfficeManagerOffice Associate VOFFICE OF ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT ANDTOURISM (7)OFFICE OFINFORMATIONOUTREACH (8)OFFICE OFBUDGET (6)FLEETMANAGEMENTDIVISION (19)PROCUREMENTSERVICESDIVISION (7)EconomicDevelopment andTourism DirectorSr. EconomicDevelopment andTourismCoordinatorEconomicDevelopment andTourismCoordinator (2)Program AnalystTourism ProgramSupervisorInformationOutreach DirectorPublic InformationOfficerInternetApplicationsDeveloperInternetApplicationsDeveloperWebmasterGraphic Artist IIBudget DirectorBudget ManagerSr. Budget Analyst(2)AssessmentSpecialistOffice Associate VFleet ManagementDivision ManagerFleet ManagementSupervisorFleet Section ChiefMechanic II (2)Mechanic I (8)Mechanic/Welder/FabricatorMaintenanceWorker IIProcurementServices DivisionManagerProcurement (4)Senior ContractingOfficer (2)Contracting Officer IOffice Associate IIIFixed AssetManagement (1)Office Associate VGraphic Artist IOffice Associate VFixed Asset/Surplus SpecialistPublic EducationAssociateAccountingTechnician (2)Document Services (1)Legend:DivisionOfficeSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Source [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [18]Resort/Development Tax Fund [1]General Fund 90%, Resort/Development Tax Fund 10% [2]General Fund 50%, Resort/Development Tax Fund 50% [9]General Fund 20%, Resort/Development Tax Fund 80% [1]Fleet Maintenance [19]Landfill Enterprise Fund [1]Parts and SupplyTechnicianDocument ServicesAssociateAdvisory Committees:County Manager:Sales Surtax Oversight Advisory CommitteeSolid Waste Alternatives Task ForceWomen's Hall of Fame Selection CommitteeEconomic Development and Tourism:Arts and Cultural AllianceTourist Development CouncilProposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012G - 4


County ManagerActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by Division/ProgramFleet Management $ 2,648,534 $ 4,643,775 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,401,612Total Expenditures $ 2,648,534 $ 4,643,775 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,401,612Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 638,572 $ 915,172 $ 812,500 $ 896,929Operating 2,009,962 3,529,475 2,266,151 3,266,355Capital Outlay - - 1,549 -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 2,648,534 $ 4,444,647 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,163,284Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 199,128 - 238,328Total Operating Expenditures $ 2,648,534 $ 4,643,775 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,401,612Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 2,648,534 $ 4,643,775 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,401,612Expenditures by FundFleet Management $ 2,648,534 $ 4,643,775 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,401,612Total Expenditures $ 2,648,534 $ 4,643,775 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,401,612Number of Full Time Positions 14.0 19.0 19.0 19.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 14.0 19.0 19.0 19.0G - 5


Department: County ManagerDivision: Fleet ManagementActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 638,572 $ 915,172 $ 812,500 $ 896,929Operating 2,009,962 3,529,475 2,266,151 3,266,355Capital Outlay - - 1,549 -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 2,648,534 $ 4,444,647 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,163,284Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 199,128 - 238,328Total Operating Expenditures $ 2,648,534 $ 4,643,775 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,401,612Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 2,648,534 $ 4,643,775 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,401,612Expenditures by FundFleet Management $ 2,648,534 $ 4,643,775 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,401,612Total Expenditures $ 2,648,534 $ 4,643,775 $ 3,080,200 $ 4,401,612Number of Full Time Positions 14.0 19.0 19.0 19.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 14.0 19.0 19.0 19.0Highlights:Personal Services for Fiscal Year 2013 does not include any salary increases for employees and reflects an increase from $5,500to $6,900 in life and health insurance costs. A firefighter/mechanic position was reclassified as a fleet section chief. This is asupervisory and technical position, which assists the Fleet Management Supervisor with the maintenance and repair activities ofCounty vehicles and heavy equipment/off road vehicles. The primary focus of this position is Public Safety/Fire vehicles.Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $1,483,125 budgeted for motor fuel, which averages out to $3.75 per gallon.Fuel was budgeted at $4.25 per gallon in Fiscal Year 2012. Repair and maintenance costs are $1,453,786, which includes vehicleparts and inspections, fuel site repairs, wash rack and telephone repair and maintenance, and software licensing and maintenance.Communications costs include $18,000 to install fiber lines at the Groveland facility, and $19,000 for radios, landlines, andIntegrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) lines. There is $58,500 in operating supplies for vehicle and equipment oils andlubricants. Utility costs are estimated around $47,318. Additionally, the budget reflects the increased risk insurance allocationfrom 25 percent to 100 percent for all County departments.Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $224,959 available for operations. In addition, there is $13,369 in purchase order carryforwards.G - 6


County ManagerKey ObjectivesPerformance MeasurementsFleet Management:Establish a more unified Fleet Management operationMaintain competitive prices for fuel, parts, and laborPerformance MeasuresFleet Management:County Fuel Site - Fuel Consumption (unleaded, diesel, and offroad)Actual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013402,324 400,215 395,000Labor hours worked 10,160 13,340 15,373Projected expenses and revenue generated $2,639,776 $3,080,200 $4,179,398G - 7


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HumanResources


Human ResourcesOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERHuman Resources Director(8)Employee and LaborRelations (4)Risk and BenefitsManagement (3)Human ResourcesManagerRisk and BenefitsManagerHuman ResourcesSpecialistRisk and BenefitsSpecialistFinancial AnalystRisk and BenefitsRepresentativeHuman ResourcesTechnicianLegend:Section( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [3]Employee Group Benefits Fund [1]Property and Casualty Fund 50%, Employee Group Benefits Fund 50% [2]General Fund 50%, Property and Casualty Fund 25%, Employee Group Benefits Fund 25% [1]Property and Casualty Fund 75%, Employee Group Benefits 25% [1]Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012G - 10


Human ResourcesActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by Division/ProgramProperty and Casualty $ 2,921,455 $ 5,377,335 $ 2,606,646 $ 4,892,284Employee Group Benefits 9,910,283 20,455,894 12,582,880 18,630,131Total Expenditures $ 12,831,737 $ 25,833,229 $ 15,189,526 $ 23,522,415Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 12,552,401 15,209,741 14,909,961 16,090,750Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 12,552,401 $ 15,209,741 $ 14,909,961 $ 16,090,750Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 279,336 279,565 279,565 293,978Reserves - 10,343,923 - 7,137,687Total Operating Expenditures $ 12,831,737 $ 25,833,229 $ 15,189,526 $ 23,522,415Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 12,831,737 $ 25,833,229 $ 15,189,526 $ 23,522,415Expenditures by FundProperty and Casualty $ 2,921,455 $ 5,377,335 $ 2,606,646 $ 4,892,284Employee Group Benefits 9,910,283 20,455,894 12,582,880 18,630,131Total Expenditures $ 12,831,737 $ 25,833,229 $ 15,189,526 $ 23,522,415Number of Full Time Positions - - - -Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions - - - -G - 11


Department: Human ResourcesProgram: Property and CasualtyActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 2,791,327 2,765,000 2,476,000 2,781,800Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 2,791,327 $ 2,765,000 $ 2,476,000 $ 2,781,800Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 130,128 130,646 130,646 137,455Reserves - 2,481,689 - 1,973,029Total Operating Expenditures $ 2,921,455 $ 5,377,335 $ 2,606,646 $ 4,892,284Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 2,921,455 $ 5,377,335 $ 2,606,646 $ 4,892,284Expenditures by FundProperty and Casualty $ 2,921,455 $ 5,377,335 $ 2,606,646 $ 4,892,284Total Expenditures $ 2,921,455 $ 5,377,335 $ 2,606,646 $ 4,892,284Number of Full Time Positions - - - -Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions - - - -Highlights:Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $1,470,000 for insurance premiums on County assets, and $430,000 foractuarial review, consulting services, legal fees, and building appraisals. Workers' Compensation claims are budgeted at$550,000, and Property and Liability claims are estimated at $300,000.Transfers for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $137,455, which provides a portion of the funding for the Risk and BenefitsAdministration. Funds are used for administration and operating costs associated with the County's insurance funds. The balanceof funding for Risk and Benefits Administration is transferred from the Employee Group Benefits Fund.Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 include $100 in purchase order carry-forwards, and $1,972,929 available for operations. Theactuarial report dated September 30, 2011, concluded that reserve funding would be actuarially adequate at $2,023,258.G - 12


Department: Human ResourcesProgram: Employee Group BenefitsActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating 9,761,075 12,444,741 12,433,961 13,308,950Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 9,761,075 $ 12,444,741 $ 12,433,961 $ 13,308,950Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 149,208 148,919 148,919 156,523Reserves - 7,862,234 - 5,164,658Total Operating Expenditures $ 9,910,283 $ 20,455,894 $ 12,582,880 $ 18,630,131Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 9,910,283 $ 20,455,894 $ 12,582,880 $ 18,630,131Expenditures by FundEmployee Group Benefits $ 9,910,283 $ 20,455,894 $ 12,582,880 $ 18,630,131Total Expenditures $ 9,910,283 $ 20,455,894 $ 12,582,880 $ 18,630,131Number of Full Time Positions - - - -Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions - - - -Highlights:Operating Expenses for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $525,400 for insurance premiums for life, accidental death anddismemberment, dental, long-term disability, and the employee assistance program. Administrative fees are budgeted at$1,189,800 for costs associated with administering the County health insurance plan, and stop-loss premiums. Medical claims areestimated to increase 6.5%, and are budgeted at $11,585,000 for Fiscal Year 2013. Employee contributions for participation inthe medical and dental plans remain the same as Fiscal Year 2012.Transfers for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $156,523, which provides a portion of the funding for the Risk and BenefitsAdministration. Funds are used for administration and operating costs associated with the County's insurance funds. The balanceof funding for Risk and Benefits Administration is transferred from the Property and Casualty Fund.Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 include $36,800 in purchase order carry-forwards, and $5,127,858 available for operations. Theactuarial report dated September 30, 2011, concluded that reserve funding would be actuarially adequate at $2,718,000.G - 13


Human ResourcesKey ObjectivesPerformance MeasurementsBenefits and Risk Administration:Provide oversight of the Workers' Compensation and Property and Casualty programs to ensure County and otherparticipating entities complianceDevelop and deliver safety programs that increase safe work habits by enhancing individual and departmental safetyknowledgeProvide assistance for group benefits to aid individuals through the benefits selection processPerformance MeasuresActual Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013Benefits and Risk Administration/Property and Casualty:Worker’s Compensation, Property and Liability claims received 162 150 160Workers' Compensation, Property and Liability claims paid 82 75 85Benefits and Risk Administration/Safety:Safety meetings held 10 10 10Participants at safety meetings 135 140 140Safety/training hours 2,700 2,800 2,800Benefits and Risk Administration/Group Benefits:Employees assisted with retirement, disability, sick leave bank, anddeferred compensation benefits 148 236 238Employee benefit briefings 43 46 42Benefit briefing participants 339 302 312Additions and changes made to employee insurance elections 754 796 702G - 14


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Non-DepartmentalExpenditures by Division/ProgramActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Non-Departmental $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Total Expenditures $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 71,186 $ - $ - $ -Operating 560,788 - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Expenditures by FundAdministrative Services $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Total Expenditures $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Number of Full Time Positions 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00G - 17


Department: Non-DepartmentalProgram: Non-DepartmentalActual Adopted Estimated BudgetExpenditures/Positions FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ 71,186 $ - $ - $ -Operating 560,788 - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements - - - -Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - -Total Operating Expenditures $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Expenditures by FundAdministrative Services $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Total Expenditures $ 631,974 $ - $ - $ -Number of Full Time Positions 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Number of Part Time Positions - - - -Number of Full Time Equivalent Positions 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Highlights:For Fiscal Years 2012 and 2013, countywide postage and cell phone expenses were moved from the Administrative ServicesInternal Services Non-Departmental to the General Fund Non-Departmental. Expenditures are paid centrally, then billed to thedepartment that incurred the charge for service.G - 18


TABLE OF CONTENTSCapital Improvement FundsTable of Contents ................................................................................................... H - 1Facilities Development and Management .......................................................... H - 3Organization Chart ............................................................................................ H - 4Departmental Summary ..................................................................................... H - 5Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects .................................................................. H - 6Facilities Expansion Capital Projects ................................................................ H - 7Non-Departmental ................................................................................................ H - 9Departmental Summary ..................................................................................... H - 11Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects .................................................................. H - 12Capital Outlay .................................................................................................... H - 13Public Resources ................................................................................................... H - 15Organization Chart ............................................................................................ H - 16Departmental Summary ..................................................................................... H - 17Parks Capital Projects ........................................................................................ H - 18Public Lands Capital Program ........................................................................... H - 19Public Safety .......................................................................................................... H - 21Organization Chart ............................................................................................ H - 22Departmental Summary ..................................................................................... H - 23Emerg Comm Ops Center ................................................................................. H - 24Public Works ......................................................................................................... H - 25Organization Chart ............................................................................................ H - 26Departmental Summary ..................................................................................... H - 27Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects .................................................................. H - 28Capital Outlay .................................................................................................... H - 29Capital Improvements by FundSummary of Capital Improvements by Fund ......................................................... H - 31Detail of Capital Improvements by Fund and Department .................................... H - 32H - 1


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FacilitiesDevelopment andManagement


Facilities Development and ManagementOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERFacilities Development and Management Director(30)ADMINISTRATION(6)MAINTENANCE DIVISION(23)Architect IVSenior FinancialCoordinatorFacilities Maintenance ManagerFacilities Maintenance (13)Facilities ContractSpecialist (2)Office Associate VOffice Associate IIIChiefMaintenanceSupervisorMaintenanceTechnician II (6)Trades CrewLeader (2)MaintenanceTechnician I (2)DayCustodian (2)Jail and Sheriff Facilities Maintenance (4)Chief MaintenanceSupervisorTradesCrew LeaderMaintenanceTechnician I (2)Energy Management (5)Legend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [30]Energy ManagementSupervisorEnergy MaintenanceTechnician (4)Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012H - 4


Facilities Development and ManagementExpenditures by Capital ProjectActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects $ 1,046,599 $ 8,025,690 $ 1,521,187 $ 6,726,034Facilities Expansion Capital Projects 19,409,073 30,002,998 17,147,903 15,513,244Total Expenditures $ 20,455,671 $ 38,028,688 $ 18,669,090 $ 22,239,278Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements 20,455,671 35,754,580 18,669,090 7,888,928Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 2,274,108 - 14,350,350Total Operating Expenditures $ 20,455,671 $ 38,028,688 $ 18,669,090 $ 22,239,278Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Total Expenditures $ 20,455,671 $ 38,028,688 $ 18,669,090 $ 22,239,278H - 5


Department: Facilities Development and ManagementRenewal Sales Tax Capital ProjectsExpenditures by CategoryActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Personal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements 1,046,599 5,751,582 1,521,187 2,434,235Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 2,274,108 - 4,291,799Total Operating Expenditures $ 1,046,599 $ 8,025,690 $ 1,521,187 $ 6,726,034Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 1,046,599 $ 8,025,690 $ 1,521,187 $ 6,726,034Expenditures by FundRenewal Sales Tax Capital Projects $ 1,046,599 $ 8,025,690 $ 1,521,187 $ 6,726,034Total Expenditures $ 1,046,599 $ 8,025,690 $ 1,521,187 $ 6,726,034Highlights:Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 include $1,105,708 to renovate the Animal Services Building, and $1,328,527for renovations to the Lake County Historic Courthouse.H - 6


Department: Facilities Development and ManagementFacilities Expansion Capital ProjectsExpenditures by CategoryActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Personal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements 19,409,073 30,002,998 17,147,903 5,454,693Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - 10,058,551Total Operating Expenditures $ 19,409,073 $ 30,002,998 $ 17,147,903 $ 15,513,244Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 19,409,073 $ 30,002,998 $ 17,147,903 $ 15,513,244Expenditures by FundFacilities Expansion Capital Projects $ 19,409,073 $ 30,002,998 $ 17,147,903 $ 15,513,244Total Expenditures $ 19,409,073 $ 30,002,998 $ 17,147,903 $ 15,513,244Highlights:Bond issued funds and their interest earnings are used to support Facilities Expansion Projects that are within the covenantsof the bond issue.Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 include $5,276,284 for the Judicial Center Expansion and $178,409 forrenovations to the Judicial Center.H - 7


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Non-Departmental


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Non-DepartmentalExpenditures by Capital ProjectActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects $ 5,110,876 $ 2,159,802 $ 292,590 $ 2,031,710Total Expenditures $ 5,110,876 $ 2,159,802 $ 292,590 $ 2,031,710Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay 699,994 292,590 292,590 292,500Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 699,994 $ 292,590 $ 292,590 $ 292,500Capital Improvements - 1,867,212 - 1,467,212Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 4,410,882 - - -Reserves - - - 271,998Total Operating Expenditures $ 5,110,876 $ 2,159,802 $ 292,590 $ 2,031,710Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Total Expenditures $ 5,110,876 $ 2,159,802 $ 292,590 $ 2,031,710H - 11


Department: Non-DepartmentalRenewal Sales Tax Capital ProjectsActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay 699,994 292,590 292,590 292,500Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 699,994 $ 292,590 $ 292,590 $ 292,500Capital Improvements - 1,867,212 - 1,467,212Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers 4,410,882 - - -Reserves - - - 271,998Total Operating Expenditures $ 5,110,876 $ 2,159,802 $ 292,590 $ 2,031,710Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 5,110,876 $ 2,159,802 $ 292,590 $ 2,031,710Expenditures by FundRenewal Sales Tax Capital Projects $ 5,110,876 $ 2,159,802 $ 292,590 $ 2,031,710Total Expenditures $ 5,110,876 $ 2,159,802 $ 292,590 $ 2,031,710Highlights:In Fiscal Year 2011, the Sheriff received a Federal Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) grant in the amount of$800,000 to purchase a Computer Assisted Design (CAD) system. The Board approved using $1,222,230 in infrastructuresales tax money to pay for the system, thereby saving about $200,000 over a three year period. The Sheriff agreed to reducebudgeted amounts for vehicle replacements for the Sheriff's Office from $700,000 to $292,500 for Fiscal Years 2012, 2013,and 2014.Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $292,590 for Sheriff vehicle replacements.Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $1,467,212 for the South Lake Community Park.H - 12


Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalRENEWAL SALES TAX CAPITAL PROJECTS (3030)Non DepartmentalNon-Departmental - OtherSheriff's Vehicles 9092303 $ 292,590 $ - $ 292,590Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects $ 292,590 $ - $ 292,590TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 292,590 $ - $ 292,590H - 13


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PublicResources


Public Resources - Organization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERDeputy County ManagerPublic Resources Director(104)Program SpecialistOffice Associate VFinancial Coordinator Fairgrounds (2)Expo Center/FairgroundsProgram ManagerOffice AssociateIIILIBRARY SERVICESDIVISION (51)PARKS AND TRAILSDIVISION (33)AGRICULTURALEDUCATION SERVICESDIVISION (14)Library Services Division ManagerOffice Associate IV Librarian II (2)Public Services (37)Support Services (10)Parks and TrailsDivision ManagerLandscapeArchitect/Parks ProjectsCoordinatorExtensionAgent IVCounty ExtensionService DirectorExtensionAgent IIICooper Memorial (11)Librarian II(3)LibraryTechnicianOfficeAssociate IIAssistant Library Services DivisionManager/Regional Branch ManagerLibrarian ILibraryAssistant I(4)LawLibrary (1)LibraryAssistant IIMarion BaysingerMemorial (5)Regional BranchManagerLibrarian ILibrary AssistantI (6)Cagan CrossingsCommunity (10)East Lake (4)Librarian IILibrary AssistantIIAssistant LibraryServices DivisionManagerLibrarian IIILibrarian IILibrarian ILibraryTechnician (2)NetworkTechnician (2)DeliveryService Driver/Operator (2)Parks and TrailsProgram ManagerNaturalist - LandStewardPlannerConstruction Inspector ITrades Crew Leader (9)Park Ranger (2)Park Attendant (12)OfficeAssociate IVAccounting TechnicianPUBLIC LANDSPROGRAM (2)ExtensionAgent IIHLC GardensLandscapeTechnicianOfficeAssociate III (2)Lake Soil andWaterConservation (3)MobileIrrigationSpecialistMobileIrrigationTechnicianOffice AssociateIVExtensionAgent I (2)OfficeAssociate VMaintenanceWorker IILibrarian IILibraryAssistant IILibrarian IILibraryAssistant IIPark Ranger (2)LibraryAssistant I (3)LibraryAssistant I (2)Paisley (3)Astor (3)Librarian IILibraryAssistant ILibraryAssistant IILibrarian IILibraryAssistant I(2)Advisory Committees:Parks and Trails: Parks, Recreation and Trails Advisory BoardLibrary Services: Library Advisory BoardLegend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [73]Parks MSTU Fund [31]Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012H - 16


Public ResourcesExpenditures by Capital ProjectActualAdopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Parks Capital Projects $ 420,200 $ 1,326,441 $ 1,237,966 $ 2,007,143Public Lands Capital Program 239,611 3,830,582 868,517 2,993,764Total Expenditures $ 659,811 $ 5,157,023 $ 2,106,483 $ 5,000,907Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements 659,811 4,452,263 1,736,973 4,224,203Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - 132,788 369,510 -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 571,972 - 776,704Total Operating Expenditures $ 659,811 $ 5,157,023 $ 2,106,483 $ 5,000,907Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Total Expenditures $ 659,811 $ 5,157,023 $ 2,106,483 $ 5,000,907H - 17


Department: Public ResourcesParks Capital ProjectsActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements 420,200 875,000 868,456 1,435,852Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - 132,788 369,510 -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 318,653 - 571,291Total Operating Expenditures $ 420,200 $ 1,326,441 $ 1,237,966 $ 2,007,143Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 420,200 $ 1,326,441 $ 1,237,966 $ 2,007,143Expenditures by FundParks Capital Projects $ 420,200 $ 1,326,441 $ 1,237,966 $ 2,007,143Total Expenditures $ 420,200 $ 1,326,441 $ 1,237,966 $ 2,007,143Highlights:Parks Capital Projects receives a $350,000 interfund transfer from Infrastructure Sales Tax. Although the Parks and Trailsmaintenance and operations are funded primarily out of the Parks MSTU, funding from Parks Capital Projects is combinedwith other revenue sources such as: impact fees, fees from boating and fishing licenses; field, concession and pavilionrentals; and various grants. The combined funding is used to develop and maintain County parks, recreation sites, trails, boatramps, and abandoned cemeteries, and to preserve natural areas and public lands.Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 include $100,000 for field lights at North Lake Community Park; $70,000 forconstruction of a bird watching blind at P.E.A.R. Park; and $185,000 for athletic fields and facilities at East LakeCommunity Park.The balance in Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 consists of unspent capital funding from Fiscal Year 2012, asdetailed below:Minneola Athletic Complex - renovations and construction of fields, playground, pavilion, andamenitiesNorth Lake Community Park - restrooms and concession building$ 340,925221,700P.E.A.R. Park - pickle ball courts, tennis courts, and a pathway 136,210Pine Forest Park - baseball fields 55,810Lake Idamere Park - Miracle Field project 25,000East Lake Community Park - athletic field work and lime rock 301,207Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $571,291 for purchase order carry-forwards.$ 1,080,852H - 18


Department: Public ResourcesPublic Lands Capital ProgramActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements 239,611 3,577,263 868,517 2,788,351Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 253,319 - 205,413Total Operating Expenditures $ 239,611 $ 3,830,582 $ 868,517 $ 2,993,764Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 239,611 $ 3,830,582 $ 868,517 $ 2,993,764Expenditures by FundPublic Lands Capital Program $ 239,611 $ 3,830,582 $ 868,517 $ 2,993,764Total Expenditures $ 239,611 $ 3,830,582 $ 868,517 $ 2,993,764Highlights:The creation of the Public Lands Program was a direct result of Lake County voters approving a public land referendum forwhich the County issued $36 million in bonds for the acquisition and improvement of land for protection of water resources,protection of natural communities and landscapes, protection of plant and animal species and protection of social/humanvalues. As a result, the county acquired ten properties, accepted a donated property, partnered on a multi-agency acquisition,provided grants to the City of Clermont for conservation property acquisition and provided funds for purchase of South LakeTrail Right-of-way. Lake County Public Lands properties now total over 2,000 acres. All properties have approvedmanagement plans and three of the properties were opened to the public in July 2011 for passive activities. There are plansto open another three properties to the public in 2012. Restoration and conservation activities are ongoing at all properties.Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 includes funding for land, improvements other than buildings, andinfrastructure construction. The Public Lands Program has been concluded, and new revenues are from interest earningsonly. The Pasture Reserve project increased $7,250 for Fiscal Year 2013 based on the estimated interest. The balance offunding, $2,781,101, is from projects carried forward from Fiscal Year 2012. A detailed list of projects is available in thissection, page H-37.Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $205,413 for purchase order carry-forwards.H - 19


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Public Safety


Public SafetyOrganization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERPublic Safety Director/Fire Chief(213)Office Associate VEMERGENCYMANAGEMENT DIVISION(4)COMMUNICATIONSTECHNOLOGIES DIVISION(5)FIRE RESCUE DIVISION(202)EmergencyManagementDivision ManagerEmergencyManagementOperations ManagerDisaster AssistanceSpecialistEmergencyManagementAssociatePublic SafetyCommunicationsTechnologies DivisionManager / E-911 CoordinatorCountywide RadioProgramRadio SystemsCoordinatorRadio ServicesTechnicianCommunicationsAssociateE - 911 ServicesSystemsDatabaseCoordinatorAssistant Fire Chief(2)Fire CaptainFire Lieutenant/EMT (29)Firefighter/ EMT(101)Firefighter (12)(SAFER Grant)Data Entry OperatorBattalion Chief (6)FireMarshal / FireCaptainFire Lieutenant/Paramedic (16)Firefighter/Paramedic (31)Data TechnicianOffice Associate IVLegend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [1]County Fire Rescue [202]Emergency Management Trust Fund Grant [1]General Fund 25%, County Fire Rescue 75% [2]General Fund 50%, Emergency 911 50% [2]General Fund 40%, Emergency 911 60% [2]General Fund 20%, Emergency 911 80% [1]General Fund 50%, Emergency Management Trust Fund Grant 50% [1]General Fund 65%, Emergency Management Trust Fund Grant 35% [1]Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012H - 22


Public SafetyExpenditures by Capital ProjectActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Emerg Comm Ops Center $ - $ - $ - $ 5,967,351Total Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ 5,967,351Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements - - - 3,382,889Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - 2,584,462Total Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ 5,967,351Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Total Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ 5,967,351H - 23


Department: Public SafetyEmerg Comm Ops CenterActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay - - - -Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ -Capital Improvements - - - 3,382,889Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - - - 2,584,462Total Operating Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ 5,967,351Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ 5,967,351Expenditures by FundEmerg Comm Ops Center $ - $ - $ - $ 5,967,351Total Expenditures $ - $ - $ - $ 5,967,351Highlights:Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $2,763,423 for construction of the Emergency Communications andOperations Center, and $619,466 for associated relocation consolidations.Reserves for Fiscal Year 2013 includes $2,584,462 in Reserves for Purchase Order (PO) carry-forwards.H - 24


Public Works


Public Works - Organization ChartProposed Fiscal Year 2013COUNTY MANAGERDeputy County ManagerPublic Works Director(184)ROAD OPERATIONSDIVISION (75)ENGINEERINGDIVISION (51)SOLID WASTE DIVISION(42)ENVIRONMENTALSERVICES DIVISION (15)Road OperationsDivision ManagerCounty EngineerSolid Waste Division ManagerEnvironmental ServicesDivision ManagerMaintenance Area I (Leesburg) (17)Area MaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator III (5)EquipmentOperator I (3)Office Associate IIAssistant AreaMaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator IIRoadsMaintenanceOperator (5)OfficeAssociate IVOfficeAssociate IIIDevelopment Review (2)Engineer IIIROW SupervisorROW Agent IRight-of-Way (8)Engineer IIROW Agent II(2)ROW/GISAnalystOffice Associate VOffice Associate IIFinancialCoordinatorAccountingTechnicianFinancial (6)Office Associate IVAssessment andCustomer ServiceSupervisorOfficeAssociate IIIFieldInspectorFinancialCoordinatorOffice AssociateVStormwater (8)FinancialAssociateLaboratory and Hydrogeology(2)LaboratorySupervisorLaboratoryAssociateMaintenance Area II (Minneola) (17)AreaMaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator III (7)EquipmentOperator IOffice AssociateIIAssistant AreaMaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator IIRoadsMaintenanceOperator (5)Maintenance Area III (Umatilla) (20)ROW/GISAssociateOffice AssociateIIIEngineer IVSurveySupervisorTransportation (2)Survey/Design (12)ROW MapServicesTechnicianEngineer IIISurvey PartyChief (Nonregistered)(2)Hazardous Wasteand E-cyclingSupervisorHazardous WasteTechnicianHazardous Waste andE-cycling (5)FieldInspectorHazardous Wasteand E-cyclingAssistantSupervisorEnvironmentalWaste Technician(2)Solid Waste Permitting (1)Stormwater Project ManagerStormwaterInspector IIStormwaterTechnicianMosquito and Aquatic PlantManagement (11)Mosquito and Aquatic PlantManagerSenior LaboratoryAnalystStormwaterInspector I (2)Mosquito Management(6)AreaMaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator III (7)EquipmentOperator I (2)Office AssociateIIIAssistant AreaMaintenanceSupervisorEquipmentOperator II (3)RoadsMaintenanceOperator (5)Engineer IV (2)Senior CADTechnician (3)RoadwayDesigner II (2)SurveyTechnician II(2)Traffic Operations (16)TrafficOperationsSupervisorAssistant TrafficOperationsSupervisorOperations ComplianceCoordinatorRecycling Center (1)EnvironmentalWaste TechnicianSolid Waste Superintendent(25)EntomologistBiologicalAssociateOffice AssociateIIIMosquito ControlInspector (2)MaintenanceTechnician IAquatic Plant Management (4)Road Operations (5)Traffic SignalTechnician (5)Sign FabricatorLandfillAttendants (9)Operations (9)Mosquito andAquatic PlantSupervisorAquatic BiologistRoadsSuperintendentDatabase/AdministrativeProgramCoordinatorContractsTechnicianSubdivisionSpecialistConstruction (6)Senior ContractingOfficerOffice AssociateIIIPW ContractsAssociateSign andStripingTechnician IISign AssistantSign andStripingTechnician I (5)Office AssociateIIILandfillSupervisorLandfillAttendant (8)Scales (6)LandfillSupervisorScalesAttendant II(2)LandfillSupervisorEnvironmentalWasteTechnician (8)BiologicalAssociate (2)ConstructionInspectionSupervisorConstructionInspector II (2)ScalesAttendant I (3)ConstructionInspector ISpecial ProjectsSupervisorEquipmentOperator I (2)Special Projects (9)EquipmentOperator III (3)RoadsMaintenanceOperator (3)Advisory Committees:Solid Waste:Solid Waste Advisory CommitteeH - 26Legend:DivisionSection( ) Current number of full time positionsFunding Sources [Positions per Fund]:General Fund [13]County Transportation Trust [123]Landfill Enterprise [41]MSTU - Stormwater Section [6]Landfill Enterprise 50%, County Fire Rescue 50% [1]Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 - July 2012


Public WorksExpenditures by Capital ProjectActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects $ 5,422,941 $ 9,715,879 $ 7,563,737 $ 7,822,875Total Expenditures $ 5,422,941 $ 9,715,879 $ 7,563,737 $ 7,822,875Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay 377,117 788,350 1,366,848 723,089Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 377,117 $ 788,350 $ 1,366,848 $ 723,089Capital Improvements 5,045,824 6,815,000 6,196,889 6,605,365Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 2,112,529 - 494,421Total Operating Expenditures $ 5,422,941 $ 9,715,879 $ 7,563,737 $ 7,822,875Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Total Expenditures $ 5,422,941 $ 9,715,879 $ 7,563,737 $ 7,822,875H - 27


Department: Public WorksRenewal Sales Tax Capital ProjectsActual Adopted Estimated BudgetFY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013Expenditures by CategoryPersonal Services $ - $ - $ - $ -Operating - - - -Capital Outlay 377,117 788,350 1,366,848 723,089Subtotal Operating Expenditures $ 377,117 $ 788,350 $ 1,366,848 $ 723,089Capital Improvements 5,045,824 6,815,000 6,196,889 6,605,365Debt Service - - - -Grants and Aids - - - -Transfers - - - -Reserves - 2,112,529 - 494,421Total Operating Expenditures $ 5,422,941 $ 9,715,879 $ 7,563,737 $ 7,822,875Service Charge Reimbursements - - - -Net Expenditures $ 5,422,941 $ 9,715,879 $ 7,563,737 $ 7,822,875Expenditures by FundRenewal Sales Tax Capital Projects $ 5,422,941 $ 9,715,879 $ 7,563,737 $ 7,822,875Total Expenditures $ 5,422,941 $ 9,715,879 $ 7,563,737 $ 7,822,875Highlights:Capital Outlay for Fiscal Year 2013 includes the purchase of five vehicles, a dozer and bobcat, three mowers, three dumptrucks, a trailer mounted welder and several pieces of hand held equipment.Capital Improvements for Fiscal Year 2013 include:SR19 and CR450E - Right of Way/Easement and Construction $ 124,000CR450 - Construction 450,000Countywide Sidewalks and Trails 504,385Countywide Resurfacing 2,027,041Infrastructure - Undesignated 3,499,939$ 6,605,365H - 28


Detail of Capital Outlay by FundFY 2013Fund/Department/Division Org Code New Replacement TotalRENEWAL SALES TAX CAPITAL PROJECTS - PW (3040)Public WorksCapital Projects(4) 5.5 HP Hand Held Compactors 5056350 $ 9,200 $ - $ 9,200(4) Hand Held Concrete/Asphalt Saws 5056350 4,200 - 4,200(3) Walk behind Saws 5056350 9,000 - 9,000(1) Trailer Mounted Welder 5056350 3,500 - 3,500Pickup, extended cab 5056350 - 23,000 23,000Drop Neck Lowboy Trailer 5056350 - 38,000 38,000Dozer 5056350 - 105,000 105,000Bobcat 5056350 - 47,000 47,000Pickup, extended cab 5056350 - 19,000 19,000(3) 14 cu yd Dump Trucks 5056350 - 345,000 345,000(3) 10' Flex Wing Mowers 5056350 - 48,000 48,000(2) Pickup Trucks, 4 door 5056350 - 46,000 46,000Pickup, 1/2 Ton Full Size, extended cab 5056350 - 24,789 24,789Fiberglass Truck Bed Cover 5056350 - 1,400 1,400Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW $ 25,900 $ 697,189 $ 723,089TOTAL ALL FUNDS $ 25,900 $ 697,189 $ 723,089H - 29


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Summary of Capital Improvements by FundFY 2013TotalCountywide FundsGeneral Fund $ 200,461County Transportation Trust 275,000Total Countywide Funds $ 475,461Special Revenue FundsParks Impact Fee Trust - Central District $ 24,948Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District 52,856Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District 624,386Road Impact Fees - District 2 6,761,427Road Impact Fees - District 3 2,585,933Road Impact Fees - District 4 32,455Road Impact Fees - District 5 3,051,854Road Impact Fees - District 6 3,121,770Fish Conservation 147,292MSTU - Stormwater Services 4,563,425MSTU - Parks Services 50,000County Fire Rescue 272,624Fire Services Impact Fee Trust 209,355Total Special Revenue Funds $ 21,498,325Grant FundsPublic Transportation $ 694,265Federal/State Grants 4,499,452Restricted Local Programs 126,701Total Grant Funds $ 5,320,418Total Operating Budget $ 27,294,204Capital Projects FundsParks Capital Projects $ 1,435,852Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects 3,901,447Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW 6,605,365Public Lands Capital Program 2,788,351Emerg Comm Ops Center 3,382,889Facilities Expansion Capital 5,454,693Total Capital Projects Funds $ 23,568,597Total Non-Operating Budget $ 23,568,597Total Capital Improvement Program $ 50,862,801H - 31


Fund/Department/Division Project TotalGeneral (0010)Detail of Capital Improvements by Fund and DepartmentFY 2013Countywide FundsNon-DepartmentalCombined Fleet Operations Center 70050 $ 200,461Total Non-Departmental $ 200,461Total General Fund $ 200,461County Transportation Trust (1120)Public WorksRoad OperationsRenovation of Maintenance Area Barns $ 100,000Dupree Road (clay to paved) 125,000Traffic OperationsLink Emergency Communications and Operations Center (ECOC) with Traffic Signals 50,000Total Public Works $ 275,000Total County Transportation Trust $ 275,000Total Countywide Funds $ 475,461Parks Impact Fee Trust - Central District (1081)Public ResourcesPark Impact FeesP.E.A.R. Park - Improvements per FCT Grant and Master Plan 40006 $ 24,948Total Public Resources $ 24,948Total Parks Impact Fee Trust - Central District $ 24,948Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District (1082)Public ResourcesPark Impact FeesEast Lake Community Park - Athletic Fields and Facilities 40018 $ 52,856Total Public Resources $ 52,856Total Parks Impact Fee Trust - North District $ 52,856Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District (1083)Public ResourcesPark Impact FeesFerndale Preserve - Observation Tower, boardwalk, trails per FCT Grant 40004 $ 245,179Improvement per Trails Master Plan for South Lake Trail 40017 120,000Minneola Athletic Complex - Athletic Fields, courts, pavilions, playground 40036 259,207Total Public Resources $ 624,386Total Parks Impact Fee Trust - South District $ 624,386H - 32


Detail of Capital Improvements by Fund and DepartmentFY 2013Fund/Department/Division Project TotalRoad Impact Fees - District 2 (1152)Public WorksRoad Impact FeesInfrastructure Construction - Undesignated $ 6,761,427Total Public Works $ 6,761,427Total Road Impact Fees - District 2 $ 6,761,427Road Impact Fees - District 3 (1153)Public WorksRoad Impact FeesInfrastructure Construction - Undesignated $ 2,585,933Total Public Works $ 2,585,933Total Road Impact Fees - District 3 $ 2,585,933Road Impact Fees - District 4 (1154)Public WorksRoad Impact FeesRoad Infrastructure - Undesignated $ 32,455Total Public Works $ 32,455Total Road Impact Fees - District 4 $ 32,455Road Impact Fees - District 5 (1155)Public WorksRoad Impact FeesRoad Infrastructure - Undesignated $ 3,051,854Total Public Works $ 3,051,854Total Road Impact Fees - District 5 $ 3,051,854Road Impact Fees - District 6 (1156)Public WorksRoad Impact FeesRoad Infrastructure - Undesignated $ 3,121,770Total Public Works $ 3,121,770Total Road Impact Fees - District 6 $ 3,121,770H - 33


Detail of Capital Improvements by Fund and DepartmentFY 2013Fund/Department/Division Project TotalFish Conservation (1190)Public ResourcesFish ConservationHabitat and access improvements at County Boat Ramps $ 147,292Total Public Resources $ 147,292Total Fish Conservation $ 147,292MSTU - Stormwater Management (1230)Public WorksStormwater ManagementLake Yale Priority Basin 4 $ 63,425Apopka/Johns Lake Basin - CR561 Bridge @ Crystal Cove 30001 250,000Lake Dora Basin - Lake Saunders Design Phase 30002 75,000Lower Palatlakaha Basin - Montverde Mobile Home Park 30006 680,000Lower Palatlakaha Basin -Villa City Road (CR565) Bridge 30006 500,000Upper Palatlakaha Basin - Vineyard Estates 30007 125,000Upper Palatlakaha Basin - Virginia Street at Lakeshore Drive 30007 75,000Lake Yale Basin - Washington Avenue Phase 3 Design 30008 75,000Lake Yale Basin - Phase II around Washington Avenue 30008 750,000Lake Yale Basin - West El Dorado 30008 75,000Wolf Branch Road Retrofit 34004 1,850,000Royal Trails Flood Study 37003 45,000Total Public Works $ 4,563,425Total MSTU - Stormwater Management $ 4,563,425MSTU - Parks Services (1231)Public ResourcesEast Lake Community Park - Phase II Athletic Field Work and Lime Rock 40018 $ 50,000Total Public Resources $ 50,000Total MSTU - Parks Services $ 50,000County Fire Rescue (1680)Public SafetyFire RescueRadio Operation Center 70051 $ 272,624Total Public Safety $ 272,624Total County Fire Rescue $ 272,624H - 34


Detail of Capital Improvements by Fund and DepartmentFY 2013Fund/Department/Division Project TotalFire Services Impact Fee Trust (1690)Public SafetyFire Impact FeeAstatula Fire Station - FS77 70015 $ 31,000Altoona Fire Station - FS14 70017 65,317Combined Fleet Operations Center 70050 113,038Total Public Safety $ 209,355Total Fire Services Impact Fee Trust $ 209,355Total Special Revenue Funds $ 21,498,325Public Transportation (1210)Grant FundsCommunity ServicesTransportation Disadvantaged CapitalArdice Transfer Station and Bus Stops FTA 5307 - Rebudget 70052 $ 296,539Transit Facility Renovations - ARRA Grant 99015 103,084Shelters - FTA 5307 167,906Shelters - ARRA Grant 99015 19,038Bus Stops - FTA 5307 107,698Total Community Services $ 694,265Total Public Transportation $ 694,265Federal/State Grants (1300)Public WorksLAP ProjectsSouth Lake Trail 50015 $ 2,000,000CR450 Resurfacing 50016 2,137,452SR19 and CR450E (Collins St) - Construction 50017 327,000CR473 at Westmont Road - Design 50018 15,000Thomas Avenue sidewalk - Design 50019 20,000Total Public Works $ 4,499,452Total Federal/State Grants $ 4,499,452Restricted Local Programs (1310)Public ResourcesBoating ImprovementsMarsh Park and Boat Ramp - Parking lot, restroom and amenities 40013 $ 5,000Palatlakaha River Park - Parking lot and amenities 40019 14,634Johns Lake Boat Ramp - Parking Lot 40032 32,067Astatula Boat Ramp - Master plan, design and improvements 40034 75,000Total Public Resources $ 126,701Total Restricted Local Programs $ 126,701H - 35


Detail of Capital Improvements by Fund and DepartmentFY 2013Fund/Department/Division Project TotalTotal Grant Funds $ 5,320,418Total Operating Budget $ 27,294,204Parks Capital Projects (3020)Capital Projects FundsPublic ResourcesGeneral Parks ProjectsNorth Lake Community Park - Sports lighting, restroom and concession building 40002 $ 321,700P.E.A.R. Park - Bird Watching Blind 40006 70,000P.E.A.R. Park - Phase II: Tennis and Pickleball Courts and Pathway 40006 136,210Lake Idamere Park - Miracle field 40011 25,000Pine Forest Park - Baseball fields 40015 55,810East Lake Community Park - Athletic fields, facilities and lime rock 40018 486,207Minneola Athletic Complex (MAC) - Fields, playground, pavilion and amenities 40036 340,925Total Public Resources $ 1,435,852Total Parks Capital Projects $ 1,435,852Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects (3030)Facilities Development and ManagementCapital ProjectsHistoric Courthouse Renovation 80041 $ 1,328,527Animal Services Building Renovation 80055 1,105,708Total Facilities Development and Management $ 2,434,235Non-DepartmentalCapital ProjectsSouth Lake Community Park 40003 $ 1,467,212Total Non-Departmental $ 1,467,212Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects $ 3,901,447Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW (3040)Public WorksCapital ProjectsSR19 and CR450E - Right of Way/Easement and Construction 50013 $ 124,000CR 450 - Construction 50009 450,000Countywide Sidewalks and Trails 504,385Countywide Resurfacing 2,027,041Infrastructure - Undesignated 3,499,939Total Public Works $ 6,605,365Total Renewal Sales Tax Capital Projects - PW $ 6,605,365H - 36


Detail of Capital Improvements by Fund and DepartmentFY 2013Fund/Department/Division Project TotalPublic Lands Capital Program (3710)Public ResourcesCapital ProjectsSouth Lake Trail - Phase III Right of Way Acquisition 40017 $ 146,826Lake May Reserve - Site Improvements 40022 443,303Pasture Reserve - Site improvements 40023 536,028Ellis Acres Reserves - Site improvements 40024 344,834Mt. Plymouth Reserve - Site improvements 40025 275,000Neighborhood Lakes Reserve - Site improvements 40026 325,000NE Lake County Scrub Reserve - Site improvements 40027 60,000South Pine Lakes Reserve - Site improvements 40028 343,200Lady Lake Preserve - Site improvements 40029 30,000Helena Run Preserve - Site improvements 40030 110,000North Shore Trailhead and Lookout - Site improvements 40037 144,160Dead River Regional Stormwater - Site improvements 40038 30,000Total Public Resources $ 2,788,351Total Public Lands Capital Program $ 2,788,351Emerg Comm Ops Center (3100)Public SafetyCapital ProjectsBuildings - Undesignated $ 2,763,423ECC 911 Relocation Consolidations 21026 619,466Total Public Safety $ 3,382,889Total Emerg Comm Ops Center $ 3,382,889Facilities Expansion Capital (3810)Facilities Development and ManagementJudicial Center Expansion 80023 $ 5,276,284Judicial Center Renovation 80024 $ 178,409Total Facilities Expansion Capital $ 5,454,693Total Capital Projects Funds $ 23,568,597Total Non-Operating Budget $ 23,568,597Total Capital Improvement Program $ 50,862,801H - 37


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TABLE OF CONTENTSAppendixTable of Contents .................................................................................................... I - 1Supplemental Information and Demographics ....................................................... I - 3Open Purchase Orders by Fund .............................................................................. I - 9Glossary of Terms ................................................................................................... I - 33I - 1


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Supplemental Information and DemographicsGOVERNMENT Lake County was created by the Florida Legislature on May 27, 1887.The County was named for its 647 named lakes. The County also has two named rivers, 37 springs, anumber of smaller unnamed lakes and a few small named streams.Within the boundaries of Lake County are 14 cities or towns, each of which is governed by a mayor and acity/town council or commission:AstatulaEustisGrovelandLady LakeMascotteMontverdeTavaresClermontFruitland ParkHowey-in-the-HillsLeesburgMinneolaMount DoraUmatillaLake County is governed by a five-member Board of County Commissioners. The five members are electedcountywide, but each represents one district of the County. Each year, the commissioners elect a chairmanand vice chairman.A County Manager, who is appointed by and responsible to the Board of County Commissioners, leads thedaily operations of the County.A County Attorney, who is also appointed by and responsible to the Board of County Commissioners,provides legal counsel to the Board and departments/offices of the Board of County Commissioners in allmanner of civil law relating to Lake County. Legal assistance is also provided to the Constitutional Officeswhen needed.I - 3


Supplemental Information and DemographicsLAKE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS’ DISTRICTSApproved October 4, 2011I - 4


Supplemental Information and DemographicsGEOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICSThe following table provides an overview of the geographic characteristics of Lake County.Geographic Characteristics of Lake CountySquare MilesAcresAverage Annual TemperatureAverage Annual RainfallMean ElevationHighest Point (Sugarloaf Mountain)Lowest Point (St. Johns River near Astor)Land Area Climate Topography1,156.5740,16071º51”120 ft.300 ft.10 ft.DEMOGRAPHICSThe following tables depict information related to the population of Lake County.Population by Gender(rounded to thousands)2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Male 116.6 122.4 127.9 134.7 139.6 140.6 142.4 143.9Female 124.1 129.5 135.1 142.1 146.9 147.8 149.6 153.1Total 240.7 251.9 263.0 276.8 286.5 288.4 292.0 297.0Population by Race/Ethnicity(rounded to thousands)2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010White 203.5 208.9 216.2 225.4 227.2 229.6 231.7 221.4Black 19.4 20.8 21.6 23.2 25.2 24.3 25.3 27.8Hispanic 14.8 19.0 21.8 24.4 30.2 30.6 30.9 36.0Other 3.0 3.2 3.4 3.8 3.9 3.9 4.1 11.8Total 240.7 251.9 263.0 276.8 286.5 288.4 292.0 297.0I - 5


Supplemental Information and DemographicsPopulation by Age2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 20100 to 17 47,909 50,537 52,808 55,302 57,624 57,496 57,840 61,74118 to 34 38,483 39,610 41,344 43,475 45,579 45,395 45,732 48,81735 to 54 61,700 64,043 67,027 70,061 72,141 71,922 72,345 75,05755 to 64 32,209 32,776 34,604 37,154 38,802 39,739 40,920 39,61265 to 79 44,511 47,889 49,190 51,496 52,401 52,778 53,340 53,21480+ 15,904 17,023 18,044 19,295 19,952 21,049 21,816 18,611Total 240,716 251,878 263,017 276,783 286,499 288,379 291,993 297,052Source: Florida Statistical Abstract 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011(Detail may not add to totals because of rounding)Top Ten Employers in Lake CountyCompanyEmployees1. Lake County Public Schools 4,3532. Leesburg Regional Medical 2,0933. Villages of Lake-Sumter, Inc. 2,0224. Lake County Government 1,8465. Florida Hospital/Waterman, Inc. 1,4006. Embarq 8117. Casmin Incorporated 8008. G&T Conveyor Company, Inc. 5509. Bailey Industries 50910. Accent 500Source: Metro Orlando Economic Development CommissionI - 6


Supplemental Information and DemographicsPrincipal Property Taxpayers in Lake CountyTaxpayer2011 Assessed % of Total AssessedTaxable Value Taxable ValuationSummer Bay Partnership $205,181,959 1.31%Progress Energy Florida, Inc. 165,583,689 1.05%Sumter Electric Co-op, Inc. 120,504,026 .77%Embarq-Florida, Inc. 86,736,224 .55%Niagara Bottling LLC 58,521,097 .37%Villages Operating Company 35,863,986 .23%Cutrale Citrus Juices USA, Inc. 33,724,178 .21%Lowe’s Home Centers, Inc. 32,533,547 .21%Comcast SCH Holdings LLC 31,776,392 .20%Wal-Mart Stores East LP 28,318,021 .18%Totals $798,743,119 5.08%Source: Lake County Property Appraiser (includes both real and tangible personal property)Library SystemMember Libraries 9Branch Libraries 6Library Materials 680,375Circulation:FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012(as of 5-29-12)Source: Lake County Library Services2,113,9131,955,9591,107,111Patrons 166,435Public Educational SystemElementary Schools 21Middle Schools 10High Schools 8Charter Schools 10Alternative Schools 4Special Needs Schools 1Total Schools 53Source: Lake County School BoardI - 7


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Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor Name0010 GENERAL0106100 COUNTY ATTORNEYOPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012General Comments20121105 1500.00 DIVERSIFIED PROPERTY SPECIALISTS CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL0160300 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT20100714201011652010117920120967201209672012112920901507111231111,000.006,000.0016,000.0036,000.0030,000.00115,000.0020,000.00FIRST GREEN BANKSMART FUELS FL LLCFIRST CLASS AIR REPAIR INCLAKE SUMTER COMMUNITY COLLEGELAKE SUMTER COMMUNITY COLLEGEUNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLPETROTECH SOUTHEAST INCHVJCP - FIRST GREEN BANKHIGH VALUE JOB CREATION AWARDHIGH VALUE JOB CREATION PROGRACONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALHVJCP - PETROTECH SOUTHEAST0819100 FACILITIES DEV & MGT ADMIN20120701 19,545.00 ADAAG CONSULTING SERVICES LLC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL0851110 FACILITIES MAINTENANCE20121134 119,800.00 RICK TANNER BUILDERS INCCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL0851120 JAIL & SHERIFF FAC MAINT20121074 14,690.00 MASON ENGINEERING SALES COCONTRACTUAL SVC-PLUMBING EQUIP0851420 ENERGY MANAGEMENT2012094420121003201210072012107620121142111113,700.004,993.005,133.00992.0011,978.00L & R EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES INCLAKE MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS INCNASH INCUNITHERM INCHONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INCAIR CONDITIONING-HEATING EQUIPAIR CONDITIONING-HEATING EQUIPAIR CONDITIONING-HEATING EQUIPAIR CONDITIONING-HEATING EQUIPCOMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES1885120 COUNTY TECHNOLOGY201107112012091011964.21977.76ORACLE AMERICA INCCOMPUTER SYSTEMS SUPPORT INCCOMPUTERS PERIPHERALSCOMPUTERS PERIPHERALSI - 9


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor Name20120910 22,877.12 COMPUTER SYSTEMS SUPPORT INC20120969 12,500.0020121094125,812.03CONNECTIONSCENTURYLINKGeneral CommentsCOMPUTERS PERIPHERALSTELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS & ECOMPUTERS PERIPHERALS20121094 251,386.84 CENTURYLINK COMPUTERS PERIPHERALS2031160 CO PUBLIC HEALTH UNIT201210322012110911142,347.872,000.00SCHMID CONSTRUCTION INCRABITS & ASSOCIATESCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL2145220 CO WIDE RADIO PROGRAM201108372012082111920.003,800.00RCC CONSULTANTS INCRCC CONSULTANTS INCTELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS & ETELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS & E3052600 PUBLIC LANDS PROGRAM20111487201114871293,890.44500.00QUEST ECOLOGY INCQUEST ECOLOGY INCCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL4541350 ASTATULA FUEL CLEANUP20111340 135,121.24 SHAW ENVIRONMENTAL INC FUEL REMEDIATION PROJ6062300 JUDGES - TECHNOLOGY20111480 3541.59 SOUTHERN COMPUTER WAREHOUSE COMPUTERS PERIPHERALS20121115 11,310.88 SOUTHERN COMPUTER WAREHOUSE COMPUTERS PERIPHERALS20121115 2137.58 SOUTHERN COMPUTER WAREHOUSE COMPUTERS PERIPHERALS20121116 13,093.80 VEYTEC INC COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES20121116 23,701.40 VEYTEC INC COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES20121116 3620.00 VEYTEC INC COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES20121116 4124.00 VEYTEC INC COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES20121118 115,540.00 BROADCASTERS GENERAL STORE INC COMPUTERS PERIPHERALS20121118 2189.00 BROADCASTERS GENERAL STORE INC COMPUTERS PERIPHERALS20121125 11,748.19 DELL MARKETING LP COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES20121139 11,853.52 SOUTHERN COMPUTER WAREHOUSE COMPUTERS PERIPHERALSI - 10


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20121143 18,258.50 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES20121143 225.00 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES9092001 NON DEPARTMENTAL2011070220111036201112232012055720121082201210922080072920800729112111122,690.0010,415.002,718.056,000.001,615.004,421.0086,689.0022,273.43HEERY INTERNATIONAL INCHEERY INTERNATIONAL INCMARK COOK BUILDERS INCTYLER TECHNOLOGIES INCK & M TRUSS INCDIAMOND DOOR PRODUCTS LTDTYLER TECHNOLOGIES INCTYLER TECHNOLOGIES INCCOMM MAINT FACILITYCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCOMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICESBUILDING MATERIALS & SUPPLIESBUILDING MATERIALS & SUPPLIESCOMPUTERS, PERIPHERALSCOMPUTERS, PERIPHERALSTOTAL832,393.451070 LIBRARY IMPACT FEE TRUST3038200 LIBRARY IMPACT FEE TRUST2010079820110683201106962070168020701682207016832090086420901270211111114,051.91114,627.0040,000.0050,000.0012,000.00250,000.0034,440.0040,000.00JAMES DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES INCTOWN OF HOWEY IN THE HILLSCITY OF TAVARESTOWN OF LADY LAKECITY OF MT DORACITY OF MT DORACITY OF MT DORATOWN OF LADY LAKECONTRACT FOR IMPACT FEE STUDYBUILDING MATERIALS & SUPPLIESBUILDING MATERIALS & SUPPLIESBUILDING MATERIALS & SUPPLIESLIBRARY EQUIPMENTBUILDING MATERIALS & SUPPLIESLIBRARY EQUIPMENTBUILDING MATERIALS & SUPPLIESTOTAL545,118.911081 PARKS IMPACT FEE TRUST- CENTRAL DISTRICT3052210 PARKS IMPACT FEE - CENTRAL DISTRICT20100798 31,221.92 JAMES DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES INC CONTRACT FOR IMPACT FEE STUDYTOTAL1,221.921082 PARKS IMPACT FEE TRUST - NORTH DISTRICTI - 11


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor Name3052220 PARKS IMPACT FEE - NORTH DISTRICT20100798 51,221.92 JAMES DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES INCTOTAL1,221.92General CommentsCONTRACT FOR IMPACT FEE STUDY1083 PARKS IMPACT FEE TRUST - SOUTH DISTRICT3052230 PARKS IMPACT FEE - SOUTH DISTRICT2010079820111098201111124111,221.921,944.2051,456.00JAMES DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES INCBELLOMO HERBERT & COMPANY INCNFC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTSCONTRACT FOR IMPACT FEE STUDYCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALTOTAL54,622.1211205053200COUNTY TRANSPORTATION TRUSTROAD OPERATIONS20101290 1231.12 PEGASUS ENGINEERING LLCENGINEERING SERVICES20101291 12,500.00 PEGASUS ENGINEERING LLC R--08121 MONTVERDE MH SUB20110520 119,209.50 MERRELLS GRADE ALL INC SERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETC20110880 13,324.53 B & H CONSULTANTS INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20111113 15,047.43 B & H CONSULTANTS INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20120883 119,591.00 CARTEGRAPH SYSTEMS INC TRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT DEVI20121017 111,850.00 TEMPLE INC TRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT DEVI20121017 2600.00 TEMPLE INC TRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT DEVI20121020 11,263.00 GROUNDTEK OF CENTRAL FLORIDA INC SERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETC20121034 1 242,687.82 ROADWAY MANAGEMENT INCROAD & HWY BUILDING MATERIALS20121035 175,670.86 ROADWAY MANAGEMENT INC ROAD & HWY BUILDING MATERIALS20121050 18,385.60 VULCAN INC TRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT DEVI20121058 14,831.00 CENTRAL TESTING LABORATORY INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121078 118.80 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 270.00 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 357.60 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 4153.00 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 593.60 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 67.44 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIESI - 12


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20121078 71,485.00 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 8630.00 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 9480.00 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 10312.00 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 1172.00 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 1272.00 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 13144.00 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 1422.88 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 15285.44 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 16287.90 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 1751.84 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 18327.20 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 191,072.50 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 20478.50 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 21137.70 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 2286.00 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 2359.40 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 24198.87 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 25326.10 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 26212.85 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 27314.65 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 28322.20 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 2936.86 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 3082.50 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 31144.00 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121078 3213.80 SAFETY PRODUCTS INC SAFETY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES20121084 12,015.48 BLANKENSHIP LAND & MARINE INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20121114 16,480.00 NATIVE LAND & TREE INC SERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETC20121128 163,311.34 ESTEP CONSTRUCTION INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20901438 11,647.00 DDI ARCHITECTURE INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121170 1 171,816.29 OGLESBY CONSTRUCTION TRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT DEVII - 13


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments5055100 ENGINEERING OPERATIONS2011115220111454201210332012109720121127111114,320.0057,764.257,069.732,885.004,484.81ADAAG CONSULTING SERVICES LLCADAAG CONSULTING SERVICES LLCGMB ENGINEERS & PLANNERS INCSOFTREE TECHNICAL SYSTEMS INCGMB ENGINEERS & PLANNERS INCCONSULTING SERVICESROW/PED PATHS TRANSITION PLANENGINEERING SERVICESCOMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICESENGINEERING SERVICESTOTAL725,042.391151 ROAD IMPACT FEES - DISTRICT 15056610 ROAD IMPACT - DISTRICT 1201007982012100861515.75647.99JAMES DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES INCKLEINFELDER SOUTHEAST INCCONTRACT FOR IMPACT FEE STUDYENGINEERING SERVICESTOTAL1,163.741152 ROAD IMPACT FEES - DISTRICT 25056620 ROAD IMPACT - DISTRICT 2201007982011051020121090201210912080075571112515.75170,520.86300.004,000.007,333.49JAMES DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES INCCITY OF TAVARESAMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE AGENCY LLCAPPRAISAL GROUP OF CENTRAL FL INCJOHNSON MIRMIRAN & THOMPSON INCCONTRACT FOR IMPACT FEE STUDYINTERLOCAL AGREEMENT ALFRED STCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALENGINEERING SERVICESTOTAL182,670.101153 ROAD IMPACT FEES - DISTRICT 35056630 ROAD IMPACT DISTRICT 3201007982010082120100836811515.75144.005,601.00JAMES DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES INCKIMLEY HORN & ASSOC INCKIMLEY HORN & ASSOC INCCONTRACT FOR IMPACT FEE STUDYENGINEERING SERVICESENGINEERING SERVICES20120839 1 216,017.06 C W ROBERTS CONTRACTING INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120859 16,503.00 CENTRAL TESTING LABORATORY INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121089 17,850.00 CLAYTON ROPER & MARSHALL INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALI - 14


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20121130 14,950.00 CLAYTON ROPER & MARSHALL INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20701228 120,986.67 T Y LIN INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES20800734 1182.03 KIMLEY HORN & ASSOC INC ENGINEERING SERVICESTOTAL262,749.511154 ROAD IMPACT FEES - DISTRICT 45056640 ROAD IMPACT DISTRICT 4201007982012097120121132911515.754,452.505,885.40JAMES DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES INCKLEINFELDER SOUTHEAST INCPROGRESS ENERGY FLORIDA INCCONTRACT FOR IMPACT FEE STUDYENGINEERING SERVICESENGINEERING SERVICESTOTAL10,853.651155 ROAD IMPACT FEES - DISTRICT 55056650 ROAD IMPACT DISTRICT 52010079820100803201208422012089520121031209011781011111515.752,016.00900.00179,082.0912,049.00205,727.10JAMES DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES INCPROFESSIONAL SERVICE INDUSTRIES INCKLEINFELDER SOUTHEAST INCTRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES INCKLEINFELDER SOUTHEAST INCT Y LIN INTERNATIONALCONTRACT FOR IMPACT FEE STUDYENGINEERING SERVICESENVIRONMENTAL SERVICESTRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT DEVIENGINEERING SERVICESENGINEERING DESIGN-NO HANCOCKTOTAL400,289.941156 ROAD IMPACT FEES - DISTRICT 65056660 ROAD IMPACT DISTRICT 62010079820101110201209382012097811111515.705,306.4921,116.00849,594.60JAMES DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES INCGRIFFEY ENGINEERING INCARDAMAN & ASSOCIATES INCALLSTATE PAVING INCCONTRACT FOR IMPACT FEE STUDYENGINEERING SERVICESCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121065 13,225.00 GRIFFEY ENGINEERING INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20901449 119,008.50 CITY OF GROVELAND ENGINEERING SERVICES/DESIGN20901500 17,462.78 B & H CONSULTANTS INC ENGINEERING SERVICESTOTAL906,229.07I - 15


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments1200 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT2082220 CDBG URBAN CO PARTNERS20120887201209291152,500.0052,499.00TOWN OF MONTVERDECITY OF TAVARESCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL2082250 COMMUNITY PROJECTS20110841201207042012070520120980111116,537.50413.00218.00947,285.10BOOTH ERN STRAUGHAN & HIOTT INCAMEC ENVIR & INFRASTRUCTURE INCAMEC ENVIR & INFRASTRUCTURE INCBUILT RITE CONSTRUCTIONUMATILLA WATER LINE UPGRADEENGINEERING-SURVEYING/MAPPINGENGINEERING-SURVEYING/MAPPINGCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL2082300 CDBG HOUSING REHAB2012106020121061201211031112,462.335,780.009,500.00OVIEDO ROOFING ENTERPRISES INCOVIEDO ROOFING ENTERPRISES INCCHARLIE JOHNSON BUILDERS INCCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL2082350 NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZ PRG 120110687201106882011069711128,464.152,405.4524,790.77HOMES IN PARTNERSHIP INCHOMES IN PARTNERSHIP INCCITY OF LEESBURGCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20110698 115,420.99 CITY OF LEESBURG CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20110700 114,306.50 CITY OF LEESBURG CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20110753 131,276.71 CITY OF LEESBURG CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20110754 120,705.57 CITY OF LEESBURG CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20111304 131,642.00 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY LAKE SUMTER FL CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALTOTAL1,256,207.071210 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION2027215 FIXED ROUTE20111302 2251.80 TINDALE OLIVER & ASSOCIATES INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20111302 3107.80 TINDALE OLIVER & ASSOCIATES INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALI - 16


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20120157 11,440.00 GRIFFEY ENGINEERING INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20120903 1900.00 ROUTEMATCH SOFTWARE INC COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES2027220 TRANSP DISADV CAPITAL2011115420111154201111541231,500.001,988.003,814.00MARK COOK BUILDERS INCMARK COOK BUILDERS INCMARK COOK BUILDERS INCBUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATEBUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATEBUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111155 11,659.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111155 21,988.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111155 3191.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111156 12,158.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111156 21,988.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INCBUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111156 3667.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111157 11,478.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111157 28,288.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111157 39.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111158 12,685.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111158 22,433.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111158 3740.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111159 11,422.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111159 22,433.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111160 1441.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111160 21,492.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111160 32,718.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111161 1810.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111161 22,314.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111162 1210.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111162 22,433.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111163 1735.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111163 22,433.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATEI - 17


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20111164 11,991.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111164 21,988.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111165 11,621.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111165 21,988.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111165 31,201.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111166 11,621.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111166 21,884.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111166 3291.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111167 13,108.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111167 2225.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111167 32,089.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111167 42,306.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111168 11,668.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111168 22,433.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111170 11,988.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20111279 113,903.00 JOHN S DICKERSON ARCHITECT INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20111279 2100.00 JOHN S DICKERSON ARCHITECT INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20111468 1 268,637.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20111468 24,423.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20111468 33,300.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20111468 48,060.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20111468 55,355.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20111468 65,040.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20111468 77,567.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20111468 83,350.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20111468 92,178.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20111468 10156.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20111468 11840.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20111468 123,500.00 FL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC BUS20120728 12,728.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATEI - 18


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20120728 24,799.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20120729120120729 23,977.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20120730 1585.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20120730 23,977.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC BUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE20120794 117,869.50 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120794 2180.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120794 31,218.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120794 4570.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120794 5990.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120794 670.50 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120794 7139.50 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120794 8187.50 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120794 9217.50 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120794 10124.50 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120815 117,494.00 JOHN S DICKERSON ARCHITECT INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120902 159,565.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120902 2600.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120902 34,060.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120902 41,900.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120902 53,300.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120902 6235.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120902 7465.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120902 8625.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120902 9725.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120902 10415.00 TRANSIT PLUS INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERSTOTAL 534,055.602,501.00 MARK COOK BUILDERS INCBUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATE1230 MSTU - STORMWATER MANAGEMENT5055600 STORMWATER MANAGEMENTI - 19


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20110794 182,139.56 CITY OF EUSTIS ENGINEERING SERVICES20111148 14,449.0020111150 1250.00 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE INDUSTRIES INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20120427 11,427.50 GRIFFEY ENGINEERING INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20120628 14,115.00 BOOTH ERN STRAUGHAN & HIOTT INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120702 117,155.80 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE INDUSTRIES INC GEOTECHNICAL ENG SERVICES20120819 160,194.38 AMEC ENVIR & INFRASTRUCTURE INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20120847 1524.29 AMEC ENVIR & INFRASTRUCTURE INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20121140 128,676.26 ESTEP CONSTRUCTION INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALTOTAL3052200 PARKS SERVICES UNINCORPORATED20101302 115,931.00 GATORSKTCH ARCHITECTS INC20111011 120,045.00 HERBERT HALBACK INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL120111251 2610.00 PRECISION ENVIRO ASSESSMENTS LLC ENGINEERING SERVICES20111251 34,125.00 PRECISION ENVIRO ASSESSMENTS LLC ENGINEERING SERVICES20120783 11,600.00 ECO LOGIC RESTORATION SERVICES LLC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120841120121023 124,050.00 WAL ROSE INC ROAD & HWY BUILDING MATERIALS20121087 121,300.00 THE GERBER GROUP INC ROAD & HWY BUILDING MATERIALS20121121 127,989.70 WESCO TURF INC GROUNDS MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT20121121 28,538.00 WESCO TURF INC GROUNDS MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT20121122 122,999.00 MIRACLE RECREATION EQUIPMENT CO PARK & PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT20121131 1 400,000.00 SOUTH LAKE HOSPITAL CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121138 124,000.00 WAL ROSE INCTOTAL1240 EMERGENCY 9112145310 E 911198,931.791231 MSTU - PARKS SERVICES201112492,727.60 WOOLPERT INC ENGINEERING SERVICES58,910.80 BELLOMO HERBERT & COMPANY INC632,826.10CENTRAL TESTING LABORATORY INCCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALSERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETCI - 20


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20120933 18,566.65 CENTURYLINK TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS & E20120933 210,073.68 CENTURYLINK TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS & E2145320 WIRELESS E911 SERVICES20120718 121,750.00 RAVE WIRELESS INC COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES20120719 1 161,581.76 CENTURYLINK COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES20120934 1 100,076.35 CENTURYLINK TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS & ETOTAL0160100 TOURISM20111042 15,114.00 SCIENTIFIC ENVIRO APPLICATIONS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALTOTAL20120663 127,978.00 CHARLIE JOHNSON BUILDERS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120665 111,937.00 CHARLIE JOHNSON BUILDERS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120671 13,899.25 GLEN HOLT CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120672 14,229.25 GCIGCCMA LLC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120694 125,191.50 CHARLIE JOHNSON BUILDERS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120753 112,798.75 CHARLIE JOHNSON BUILDERS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120925 114,650.00 CHARLIE JOHNSON BUILDERS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121104 1 155,000.00 CHARLIE JOHNSON BUILDERS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121106 165,000.00 JFB CONSTRUCTION INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121107 165,000.00 GCIGCCMA LLC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121126 163,000.00 GLEN HOLT CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121133 163,000.00 JFB CONSTRUCTION INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALTOTAL302,048.441250 RESORT/DEVELOPMENT TAX5,114.001260 AFFORDABLE HOUSING ASSISTANCE TRUST2082400 SHIP PROGRAM511,683.751300 FEDERAL/STATE GRANTS2134200 PUBLIC SAFETY GRNTS - AMB/RESCUEI - 21


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor Name20120769 1100.00 MOORE MEDICAL LLCGeneral CommentsFIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIPMENT &5056150 PUBLIC WORKS GRANTS20111015201206442012093920121088201211542090093351111151,457.10609,956.1914,048.0028,814.8017,574.0075,658.25PROFESSIONAL SERVICE INDUSTRIES INCUNITED INFRASTRUCTURE GROUP INCARDAMAN & ASSOCIATES INCPILLAR CONSTRUCTION GROUP LLCCDW GOVERNMENT INCT Y LIN INTERNATIONALTESTING APPARATUS & MACHINESCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCOMPUTER PERIPHERALSENGINEERING SERVICESTOTAL797,608.341310 RESTRICTED LOCAL PROGRAMS3052500 BOATING IMPROVEMENTS2011075520110756201109192011101211167,017.94467.7946,278.2954,425.00WOOLPERT INCWOOLPERT INCWOOLPERT INCWAGNER 3 VENTURES INCCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALBUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATETOTAL108,189.021320 ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CONS BLOCK GRANT0109150 PUBLIC EDUCATION & OUTREACH20110999 214,921.89 CARBON SOLUTIONS AMERICA LLCENERGY EFFICIENCY SOLUTIONS0819600 BENCHMARKING20110758 24,945.00 SHAW ENVIRONMENTAL INCEECS STUDY/CONSULTING0851500RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES2011114320111467121,529.128,493.09TLC ENGINEERING FOR ARCHITECTUREMARK COOK BUILDERS INCENGINEERING SERVICESCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL0851510 PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING201206962012084011912.003,366.00TLC ENGINEERING FOR ARCHITECTURETLC ENGINEERING FOR ARCHITECTUREENGINEERING SERVICESENGINEERING SERVICESI - 22


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20120997 161,112.54 KORNHAUS ELECTRIC INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-ELECTRICAL POW20120998 142,457.94 KORNHAUS ELECTRIC INC20120999 173,274.00 HILL YORK SERVICE CORPORATION CONTRACTUAL SVC-PLUMBING EQUIP1048100 QUALITY INSP, MEAS & BLD CODES20120579 131,940.00 UNIVERSAL ENGINEERING SCIENCES INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL2145400 TOWER LED LIGHTING RETROFITS20121051 154,500.00 CLIFTON TOWER SERVICE INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-ELECTRICAL POWTOTAL4541340 ADOPT A LAKE PROGRAM20120989 1964.02 HEWLETT PACKARD COMPUTERS PERIPHERALS20120989 2624.00 HEWLETT PACKARD COMPUTERS PERIPHERALS20120989 3695.00 HEWLETT PACKARD COMPUTERS PERIPHERALSTOTAL297,451.581500 LAKE COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL RECOVERY1680 COUNTY FIRE RESCUE2136300 FIRE RESCUE2,283.02CONTRACTUAL SVC-ELECTRICAL POW20111091 13,100.94 AMEC E & I INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20120908 243,336.17 RUBY BUILDERS INC RADIO COMM MAINT FACILITY20120945 13,229.00 MINER FLORIDA LTD BUILDING MATERIALS & SUPPLIES20121027 191,218.00 HENKELMAN CONSTRUCTION INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121028 191,218.00 HENKELMAN CONSTRUCTION INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121102 110,250.00 BIGTRAY APPLIANCES & EQUIPMENT20121120 1898.92 WITMER PUBLIC SAFETY GROUP INC FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT & SU20121151 11,584.00 KNOX CO FIRST AID & SAFETY EQUIPMENT &2136350 GRANT PROGRAMS20121120 23,013.00 WITMER PUBLIC SAFETY GROUP INC FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT & SUTOTAL247,848.03I - 23


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor Name1690 FIRE SERVICES IMPACT FEE TRUSTGeneral Comments2136280 FIRE IMPACT FEE20100798 14,055.91 JAMES DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES INC CONTRACT FOR IMPACT FEE STUDY20120400 1 267,827.00 PIERCE MFG INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120785 1150.00 AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE AGENCY LLC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121036 112,465.60 BOOTH ERN STRAUGHAN & HIOTT INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20121072 110,727.00 MID FL METAL ROOFING SUPPLY INC METAL ALL TYPESTOTAL295,225.511900 COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM3038300 LIBRARY SERVICES20121053 117,259.00 ALAN JAY FORD LINCOLN MERCURY INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20121053 21,971.00 ALAN JAY FORD LINCOLN MERCURY INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20121053 3235.00 ALAN JAY FORD LINCOLN MERCURY INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20121053 4820.00 ALAN JAY FORD LINCOLN MERCURY INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20121053 5463.00 ALAN JAY FORD LINCOLN MERCURY INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20121053 6595.00 ALAN JAY FORD LINCOLN MERCURY INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20121053 7169.00 ALAN JAY FORD LINCOLN MERCURY INC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS3038620 STATE AID TO LIBRARIES - 10/112012091220121075201211122012111211122,362.503,964.008,625.7818.00CREATIVE DATA PRODUCTSSHI INTERNATIONAL CORPSHI INTERNATIONAL CORPSHI INTERNATIONAL CORPPRINTING, ALL TYPESCOMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICESCOMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICESCOMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES3038630 STATE AID TO LIBRARIES FY201220121113 17,547.80 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICES20121113 21,510.60 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SERVICESTOTAL45,540.683020 PARKS CAPITAL PROJECTS3052170 GENERAL PARKS PROJECTSI - 24


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20100858 11,852.50 GATORSKTCH ARCHITECTS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20101100 116,849.70 BELLOMO HERBERT & COMPANY INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20111250 11,666.00 WOOLPERT INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20111252 187,603.48 CITY OF TAVARES CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120800 1 248,878.71 WAL ROSE INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120996 147,848.50 PAQCO INC ROAD & HWY BUILDING MATERIALS20121000 127,114.00 CRIBB PHILBECK WEAVER GROUP INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121059 1 104,780.00 CRIBB PHILBECK WEAVER GROUP INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121067 18,640.00 OUTDOOR ALUMINUM INC PARK & PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT20121068 114,790.00 SEATING CONSTRUCTORS USA INC PARK & PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT20121086 17,555.00 BOOTH ERN STRAUGHAN & HIOTT INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121119 13,712.50 RANDYS FENCE INC FENCING ALL TYPESTOTAL571,290.393030 RENEWAL SALES TAX CAPITAL PROJECTS0857660 CAP PRJS FACILITIES - OTHER20101037 182,657.27 CONRAD CONSTRUCTION OF CENTRAL FL CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20111222 28,890.00 HARKINS DEVELOPMENT CORP CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20111281 312,595.30 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120669 11,346.00 ARDAMAN & ASSOCIATES INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120673 1 105,726.50JOHN S DICKERSON ARCHITECT INCCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120675 195,937.40 MARK COOK BUILDERS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20901360 117,387.53 MLM MARTIN ARCHITECTS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20901360 2576.82 MLM MARTIN ARCHITECTS INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL9092303 NON DEPARTMENTAL OTHER2012095920120959201209592012095918910156,568.00432.00272.00600.00SPARKMAN CHEVROLET LLCSPARKMAN CHEVROLET LLCSPARKMAN CHEVROLET LLCSPARKMAN CHEVROLET LLCAUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERSAUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERSAUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERSAUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS20120959 13232.00 SPARKMAN CHEVROLET LLC AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERSI - 25


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20121040 122.68 TESSCO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121040 2122.40 TESSCO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121040 3204.00 TESSCO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121040 446.08 TESSCO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121040 5130.56 TESSCO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121042 1365.00 STERLING EQUIPMENT & MFG CO OF AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121043 111,708.06 CDW GOVERNMENT INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121044 12,915.00 CTI SIGNS AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121044 2325.00 CTI SIGNS AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121045 1251.40 EUSTIS AUTO & MARINE PARTS AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 11,460.00 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 216,060.00 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 914.98 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 10235.52 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 11211.95 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 123,008.50 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 13226.25 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 142,420.00 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 15371.36 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 162,265.00 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 17543.26 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 181,302.62 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121052 192,585.44 DANA SAFETY SUPPLY INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121054 256.00 LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLY CO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121054 5587.93 LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLY CO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121054 6515.17 LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLY CO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121054 7112.39 LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLY CO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121054 88,316.00 LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLY CO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121054 91,194.84 LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLY CO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIES20121054 10524.88 LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLY CO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIESI - 26


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20121054 11 55,791.48 LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLY CO INC AUTOMOBILE & TRUCK ACCESSORIESTOTAL597,114.573040 RENEWAL SALES TAX CAPITAL PROJECTS - PW5056350 CAPITAL PROJECTS - PUBLIC WORKS201006652010119920110536201107572012064420120839201208632012091620120917201209182012098620121009201210372012105620121056201210562012110820121141201211441111221111111123111904.70297.502,015.50719.9610,657.7572,379.26128,748.8518,450.9038,772.0043,700.0038,677.00626.901,580.00110,424.0012,804.001,116.00100.0012,345.82100.00LPG ENVIRONMENTAL & PERMITTINGT Y LIN INTERNATIONALSPRINGSTEAD ENGINEERING INCNFC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTSUNITED INFRASTRUCTURE GROUP INCC W ROBERTS CONTRACTING INCD A B CONSTRUCTORS INCTRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES INCRING POWER CORPGLADE & GROVE SUPPLY CO INCFLAGLER CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT LLCKLEINFELDER SOUTHEAST INCPRECISION ENVIRO ASSESSMENTS LLCORLANDO FREIGHTLINER INCORLANDO FREIGHTLINER INCORLANDO FREIGHTLINER INCAMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE AGENCY LLCVANGUARD SOUTHEAST LLCAMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE AGENCY LLCPICCIOLA -ENVIRONMENTALENGINEERING SERVICESENGINEERING SERVICESLANDSCAPE DESIGN SERVICESCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALTRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT DEVIHEAVY & INDUSTRIAL MACHINERYHEAVY & INDUSTRIAL MACHINERYHEAVY & INDUSTRIAL MACHINERYENGINEERING SERVICESCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALAUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERSAUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERSAUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERSCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALENGINEERING SERVICESCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALTOTAL494,420.143100 EMER COMM OPS CTR2133190 EMER COMM/OPS CTR CAPITAL PROJ20120424 285,666.40 ARCHITECTS DESIGN GROUP LLC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20120972 1 1,979,118.06 PPI CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121013 1 146,940.74 B & H STEEL COMPANY MISCELLANEOUSI - 27


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20121014 131,560.12 PRESTIGE CONCRETE PRODUCTS EOC PROJECT20121025 154,939.00 R & R REBAR FABRICATORS INC MISCELLANEOUS20121026 158,187.00 CANAM STEEL CORPORATION MISCELLANEOUS20121029 143,029.50 ARDAMAN & ASSOCIATES INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121069 1 113,850.00 A G MAURO COMPANY OF FL INC MISCELLANEOUS20121070 116,427.25 SOPREMA INC MISCELLANEOUS20121071 154,743.16 SOPREMA INC MISCELLANEOUSTOTAL2,584,461.233710 PUBLIC LANDS CAPITAL PROGRAM3052610 PUBLIC LANDS CAPITAL PROJECTS20101452201014532011100620111012201110122011101220120841111345215,656.554,416.006,400.0050,000.0050,000.0050,000.0028,940.00NFC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTSNFC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTSHERBERT HALBACK INCWAGNER 3 VENTURES INCWAGNER 3 VENTURES INCWAGNER 3 VENTURES INCBELLOMO HERBERT & COMPANY INCCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALENGINEERING SERVICESBUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATEBUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATEBUILDINGS-STRUCTURES FABRICATECONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALTOTAL205,412.553810 FACILITIES EXPANSION CAPITAL0857680 FACILITIES EXPANSION CAPITAL20100833 1 310,226.79 HEERY INTERNATIONAL INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20100843 147,050.00 MOORE STEPHENS LOVELACE PA CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20101347 1 8,881,043.31 PPI CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20101402 126,692.31 HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS LTD SALES TAX RECOVERY PO20101404 145,849.00 MIDDLESEX ASPHALT LLC SALES TAX RECOVERY PO20101442 19,034.00 MACK CONCRETE INDUSTRIES INC SALES TAX RECOVERY PO20110468 15,656.78 R & R REBAR FABRICATORS INC JUDICIAL CENTER EXPANSION20110469 1224.38 COASTAL CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS INC JC EXPANSION PROJECT20110485 111,169.49 ARDAMAN & ASSOCIATES INC ENGINEERING SERVICESI - 28


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20110485 29,425.00 ARDAMAN & ASSOCIATES INC ENGINEERING SERVICES20110747 154.64 HD SUPPLY WHITE CAP CONST SUPPLY SALES TAX RECOVERY20110984 12,054.50 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC MISCELLANEOUS20111035 110,284.93 REXEL JUDICIAL CENTER EXPANSION20111072 156,437.50 WILLIAM M WOOD COMPANY MISCELLANEOUS20111074 169,328.80 QUIKRETE COMPANIES INC MISCELLANEOUS20111132 137,951.00 SOPREMA INC SALES TAX RECOVERY PO20111133 124,508.00 WILLIAM M WOOD COMPANY SALES TAX RECOVERY PO20111134 113,300.26 ABC SUPPLY CO INC MBA #641 SALES TAX RECOVERY PO20111205 136,587.86 READING ROCK INC MISCELLANEOUS20111342 12,108.97 GRAYBAR ELECTRIC CO INC MISCELLANEOUS20111344 118,389.00 CUMMINS POWER SOUTH LLC MISCELLANEOUS20111423 152,683.47 GRAYBAR ELECTRIC CO INC MISCELLANEOUS20111485 195,713.00 SMITHS DETECTION INC MISCELLANEOUS20120942 117,993.42 PEAK POWER SERVICES INC TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS & E20120988 120,354.00 POWERONE INTERNET LLC COMPUTERS PERIPHERALS20121006 1170.00 ADAAG CONSULTING SERVICES LLC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20121039 120,000.00 ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS MISCELLANEOUS20121093 116,766.85 ANIXTER INC TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS & E20800975 1 162,806.03 HANSON PROFESSIONAL SERVICES INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL20900239TOTAL154,687.09 PPI CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INC CONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONAL10,058,550.384200 LANDFILL ENTERPRISE4546460 SOLID WASTE ADMINISTRATION20120878 2954.04 HEWLETT PACKARD COMPUTERS PERIPHERALS4568600 HAZARDOUS WASTE20120878 3477.02 HEWLETT PACKARD COMPUTERS PERIPHERALS20120920 120,633.00 COMPACTORS INC SERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETCI - 29


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor NameGeneral Comments20121085 125,982.37 MACKINNON EQUIPMENT & SERVICES HEAVY & INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY20121162 183,584.00 RUSH TRUCK CENTER OR AUTOS TRUCKS TRAILERS4569100 LANDFILL OPERATIONS20120654201208782012088420120888201211352012113611111123,120.00954.044,257.001,957.566,236.44128,907.00HDR ENGINEERING INCHEWLETT PACKARDHDR ENGINEERING INCNODARSE & ASSOCIATES INCMEMCO INCMAUDLIN INTL TRUCKS INCENGINEERING SERVICESCOMPUTERS PERIPHERALSENGINEERING SERVICESSERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETCTANKS ALL TYPESAUTOMOBILE & TRUCK SPECIAL BODTOTAL297,062.474220 SOLID WASTE CLOSURES AND LONG-TERM CARE4546110 UMATILLA POST CLOSURE201208882012111152397.193,360.00NODARSE & ASSOCIATES INCMICHAEL EDWARD KNIGHTSERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETCSERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETC4546120 LADY LAKE POST CLOSURE2012088420120888201211113314,713.00312.073,412.50HDR ENGINEERING INCNODARSE & ASSOCIATES INCMICHAEL EDWARD KNIGHTENGINEERING SERVICESSERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETCSERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETC4546130 CTRL LNDFL PH 1 POST CLOSURE2012086420120884201208881223,206.251,935.001,049.70SHAW ENVIRONMENTAL INCHDR ENGINEERING INCNODARSE & ASSOCIATES INCGREENHOUSE GAS REPORTINGENGINEERING SERVICESSERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETC4546160 LOGHOUSE POST CLOSURE20120888 4113.48 NODARSE & ASSOCIATES INC SERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETCTOTAL18,499.195200 PROPERTY AND CASUALTYI - 30


OPEN PURCHASE ORDERS EXCLUDING BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERSAS OF 6/4/2012Purchase Order # Line Open PO Amount Vendor Name0713400 COMPREHENSIVEGeneral Comments20120764 1100.00 RUBY BUILDERS INC ENGINEERING SERVICESTOTAL100.005300 EMPLOYEE GROUP BENEFITS713450EMPLOYEE GROUP BENEFITS2012116720121165116,800.0030,000.00NYHARTROBINSONBUSH INCCONTRACTUAL SVC-PROFESSIONALINSURANCESTOTAL36,800.005400 FLEET MANAGEMENT0124300FLEET MANAGEMENT2012045520120563201208022012110020121150111113,250.0082.0212.351,175.937,686.77JASPER ENGINES & TRANSMISSIONS INCCECIL CLARK CHEVROLET INCCECIL CLARK CHEVROLET INCCECIL CLARK CHEVROLET INCPALM CHEVROLET INCAUTOMOBILE PARTS & SUPPLIESSERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETCSERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETCSERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETCAUTOMOBILE PARTS & SUPPLIES20121153 1,160.99 BALES & LANGLEY BODY & PAINT SHOP SERVICES-TECHNICAL-ETCTOTAL13,368.06TOTAL ALL FUNDS24,035,668.63Actual totals vary due to rounding.I - 31


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Glossary of TermsAccrual Basis Accounting: The basis of accounting inwhich revenues are recorded at the time they areincurred as opposed to when cash is actually received orspent.Activity: A specific and distinguishable line of workperformed by one or more organizational components ofa government for the purpose of accomplishing afunction for which the government is responsible.Adopted Budget: The financial plan of revenues andexpenditures for a fiscal year as approved by the LakeCounty Board of County Commissioners.Ad Valorem Tax: A tax levied on the assessed value(net of any exemptions) of real or personal property.This is commonly referred to as “property tax”.Agency: A principal unit of the county government or agovernmental unit outside county government receivingcounty funding.Aggregate Millage Rate: The sum of all property taxlevies imposed by the governing body of a county. Statelaw limits the aggregate rate for a county or amunicipality to $10 per $1,000 of assessed taxable value.Ali System (Automatic Location IdentificationSystem): The database used with the Emergency 911that is capable of locating customers upon their access ofthe Lake County E-911 system.Amendment: A change to an adopted budget that hasbeen approved by the Lake County Board of CountyCommissioners which may increase or decrease a fundtotal.Appropriation: A legal authorization granted by alegislative body to make expenditures and to incurobligations for specific purposes. An appropriation isusually limited in amount and as to the time when it maybe expended.Article V Costs: Expenditures mandated by StateLegislature and funded by local dollars. Examplesinclude: support for the Public Defender, State Attorney,Conflict Attorney and other court costs related to civiland criminal disputes.Assessed Valuation: A value established by the CountyProperty Appraiser for all real or personal propertywhich is used as a basis for levying property taxes.Basis of Budgeting: Refers to the conventions forrecognition of costs and revenues in budget developmentand in establishing and reporting appropriations, which arethe legal authority to spend or to collect revenues.BCC (Board of County Commissioners): Lake County isgoverned by a five-member board. The five members areelected countywide, but each represents one district of thecounty.Bond: A written promise to pay a sum of money on aspecific date at a specified interest rate as detailed in abond ordinance.Budget: A financial plan for the operation of a program ororganization for a specified period of time (fiscal year) thatmatches anticipated revenues with proposed expenditures.Budget Adjustment: A revision to the adopted budgetoccurring during the affected fiscal year as approved by theLake County Board of County Commissioners by anamendment or a transfer.Budget Calendar: The schedule of key dates involved inthe process of adopting and executing an adopted budget.Budget Document: The official written statement of theannual fiscal year financial plan for the County.Budget Hearing: The public hearing conducted by theLake County Board of County Commissioners to considerand adopt the annual budget.Budget Message: A written statement presented by theCounty Manager to explain principal budget issues and toprovide recommendations to the Lake County Board ofCounty Commissioners.Budget Preparation Manual: The set of instructions andforms sent by the Office of Budget to the departments andagencies of the County to assist them in preparing theiroperating budget requests for the upcoming years.CAFR (Comprehensive Annual Financial Report): Aset of U.S. government financial statements comprising thefinancial report of a state, municipal or other governmentalentity that complies with the accounting requirements.Capital Outlay: Purchases of fixed assets that have avalue of $1,000 or more, and a useful life of more thanone year.I - 33


Glossary of TermsCash Basis: A basis of accounting under whichtransactions are recognized only when cash is received ordisbursed.CDBG: Community Development Block Grant.CIP (Capital Improvement Program): A five-yearplan developed to meet the future needs of Lake County,such as road construction and long-range capitalprojects.CO (Certificate of Occupancy): The approval for astructure to be occupied after complying with all the stateand local building and fire codes.Contingency Funds: Monies set aside, consistent withstatutory authority, which subsequently can beappropriated to meet unexpected needs.CPI (Consumer Price Index): The measure of averagechange in prices over time in a fixed market basket ofgoods and services.CRA (Community Redevelopment Agency): Anagency established by a local government for theelimination and prevention of the development or spreadof slums and blight or for the provision of affordablehousing, whether for rent or for sale, to residents of lowor moderate income in a community redevelopment area.D.A.R.E. (Drug Awareness Resistance Education):A drug prevention program directed at school agepersons.DCA: Florida Department of Community Affairs.Debt: An obligation resulting from the borrowing ofmoney or from the purchase of goods and services.Debt Limit: The maximum amount of outstanding grossor net debt legally permitted.Debt Proceeds: The difference between the face amountof debt and the issuance discount or the sum of the faceamount and the issuance premium. Debt proceeds differfrom cash receipts to the extent issuance cost, such asunderwriters’ fees, are withheld by the underwriter.Debt Ratio: Comparative statistics illustrating therelation between the issuer’s outstanding debt and suchfactors as its tax base, income or population.Debt Service Fund Requirements: The resourceswhich must be provided for a debt service fund so that allprincipal and interest payments can be made in full andon schedule.Deficit: The excess of expenditures over revenues.Department: An organizational unit of the Countyresponsible for carrying out a major governmentalfunction.Depreciation: The periodic expiration of an asset’suseful life. Depreciation is a requirement in proprietarytype funds (such as enterprise and internal service funds).Division: A basic organizational unit of the County thatis functionally unique in its service delivery.DRS (Development Review Staff): Staff that conductpresubmittal reviews and Subdivision/ Planned UnitDevelopment reviews.DVA (Department of Veterans Affairs): Agency thatassists war veterans and their families with benefitswhich includes monetary and health benefits.EAR (Evaluation and Appraisal Report): A plandocument for Lake County’s long-range growth based onadopted Land Development Regulations (LDR).Effectiveness: Results (including quality) of the program.Efficiency: Cost (whether in dollars or employee hours)per unit of output.EMS (Emergency Medical Services): EMS is responsiblefor the health, welfare and safety of the citizens of andvisitors to Lake County from the effects of natural,technological and manmade disasters.Encumbrance: The commitment and setting aside, but notyet expending, of appropriated funds to purchase an itemor service.Enterprise Fund: A fund in which the services providedare financed and operating similarly to those of a privatebusiness enterprise, i.e., through user fees.ECOC (Emergency Communications and OperationsCenter): A central location utilizing personnel for initialactivation and assistance to citizens before, during andafter disasters.I - 34


Glossary of TermsExempt, Exemption, Non-Exempt: Amounts determinedby State law to be deducted from the assessed value ofproperty for tax purposes. Tax rates are applied to thebalance, which is called the non-exempt portion of theassessment. A January 2008 amendment to the FloridaConstitution sets the exemptions for homesteads at$50,000.Expenditure: Decreases in fund financial resources,through actual payments or transfers for the procurementof assets or the cost of goods and/or services received.Fees: A charge by government associated with providing aservice, permitting an activity, or imposing a fine orpenalty. Major types of fees include user charges, buildingpermits, etc.Final Millage: The tax rate adopted in the final publicbudget hearing of a taxing authority.Fiscal Policy: The County government’s policies withrespect to taxes, spending and debt management as theserelate to government services, programs and capitalinvestment. Fiscal policy provides an agreed-upon set ofprinciples for the planning and programming ofgovernment budgets and their funding.Fiscal Year: A 12-month period to which the annualoperating budget applies and at the end of which agovernment determines its financial position and the resultsof its operations. The fiscal year for Lake County isOctober 1 through September 30.Fixed Assets: Assets of a long-term character that areintended to continue to be held or used, such as land,buildings, improvements other than buildings, machineryand equipment.Focus Areas: Key policy issues that will provide thedirection and framework of the budget.Fringe Benefits: These employee benefits include socialsecurity, retirement, group health, dental and life insurance.Function: A major class of grouping of tasks directedtoward a common goal, such as executive, financial andadministrative, other general government, and judicial. Forthe purposes utilized in budgetary analysis, the categoriesof functions have been established by the State of Florida,and financial reports must be grouped according to thoseestablished functions.Fund: A fiscal and accounting entity with a self-balancingset of accounts recording cash and other financialresources, together with all related liabilities and residualequities or balances, and changes therein. Funds aresegregated for the purpose of carrying on specific activitiesor attaining certain objectives in accordance with specialregulations, restrictions, or limitations.Fund Balance: The excess of fund assets over liabilities ingovernmental funds. The unreserved and undesignatedfund balance is available for appropriation in the followingyear’s budget.GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles):Accounting rules and procedures established byauthoritative bodies or conventions that have evolvedthrough custom and common usage.GASB (Governmental Accounting Standards Board):The highest source of accounting and financial reportingguidance for state and local governments.GDP: Gross Domestic Product.General Fund: The governmental accounting fundsupported by ad valorem (property) taxes, licenses andpermits, service charges and other general revenues toprovide countywide operating services.General Obligation Bonds: Bonds backed by the fullfaith and credit of government.GFOA (Government Financial Officers’ Association):The professional association of state and local financeofficers in the United States who are dedicated to thesound management of government financial resources.The association sets program standards for the GFOA’sCertificate of Achievement for Excellence in FinancialReporting.GIS: Geographic Information Services.Goal: The long-term financial and programmatic publicpolicy outcomes or results that the County expects from theefforts of the Departments.GPS (Global Positioning Satellite): A system of satellitesand receiving devices used to compute and store positionson the Earth.Grant: A contribution of assets (usually cash) by onegovernmental unit or other organization to another madefor a specific purpose.I - 35


Glossary of TermsHomestead Exemption: Refer to definition for Exempt,Exemption, Non-Exempt.HUD: Housing and Urban Development.Impact Fees: Fees charged to developers and individualsto cover, in whole or part, the anticipated cost ofimprovements that will be necessary as a result of thedevelopment.Indirect Costs: Costs associated with, but not directlyattributable to, the providing of a product or service.These are usually costs incurred by service departments inthe support of operating departments.Infrastructure: The physical assets of the County, i.e.,streets, buildings, and parks.Interfund Transfers: Budgeted amounts transferred fromone governmental accounting fund to another for work orservices provided. Because these transfers representduplicate expenditures, these amounts are deducted fromthe total County operating budget to calculate the “net”budget.Intergovernmental Revenue: Revenue received fromanother government unit for a specific purpose.IT: Information Technology.Investments: Securities and real estate held for theproduction of revenues in the form of interest, dividends,rentals, or lease payments.JGI (Jobs Growth Investment Trust Fund): Fundsavailable to help businesses defray upfront costs, such aspermit, development review, and impact fees.Key Action Steps: The strategies or methods that Countydepartments, programs or teams will use to accomplishsome aspect of a particular goal.Lake County Board of County Commissioners: Thegoverning body of Lake County composed of five personselected countywide to represent designated districts.LEMS: Lake Emergency Medical Services has beenestablished in Fiscal Year 2011 to provide emergencymedical service and transportation of the sick and injuredcitizens and visitors of Lake County.LCLS: Lake County Library System.LDR (Land Development Regulations): Adoptedregulations to implement measures to improve thedevelopment review process and to implement the goalsand objectives of the Comprehensive Plan.Leachate: The result of rainwater soaking through thesolid waste and the liquids produced by the decompositionof waste materials.Level of Service: The existing or current services,programs, and facilities provided by government for itscitizens. Level of service is dependent upon needs,alternatives, and available resources.Levy: To impose taxes, special assessments, or servicecharges. Or, another term used for millage rate.Liabilities: Probable future sacrifices of economicbenefits, arising from present obligations of a particularentity to transfer assets or provide services to other entitiesin the future as a result of past transactions or events.Line-Item Budget: A budget that lists each accountcategory separately along with the dollar amount budgetedfor each account.Long-Term Debt: Debt with a maturity of more than oneyear after the date of issuance.LUPA (Land Use Plan Amendment): A change to theadopted Land Use Plan done on a bi-annual cycle.Mandate: Any responsibility, action, or procedure that isimposed by one sphere of government on another throughconstitutional, legislative, administrative, executive, orjudicial action as a direct order, or that is required as acondition of aid.Mill, Millage: One one-thousandth of one dollar; used incomputing property taxes by multiplying the rate timesassessed taxable value of property divided by 1,000.Mission Statement: A broad statement of purpose that isderived from organizational and/or community values andgoals.Modified Accrual Basis of Accounting: A basis ofaccounting for governmental funds in which revenues arerecognized when they become measurable and available asnet current assets, and expenditures are recognized whenthe related fund liability is incurred.I - 36


Glossary of TermsMSBU (Municipal Service Benefits Unit): A specificarea of the unincorporated County where a district iscreated by the Board of County Commissioners to assesscosts (non-ad valorem taxes) to provide municipal-typeservices.MSTU (Municipal Service Taxing Unit): A specific areaof the unincorporated County where a district is created bythe Board of County Commissioners to levy a specialmillage (ad valorem tax) to provide municipal-typeservices.MSW (Municipal Solid Waste): Solid waste collectedfrom the County drop-off facilities.Non-Operating Expenditures: Expenditures of a typethat do not represent direct operating costs to the fund;includes transfers out, transfers to Constitutional Offices,and reserves for contingency.Non-Operating Revenues: Financial support for fundsthat are classified separately from revenues; includestransfers in and internal service fund receipts.NRCS (National Resource Conservation Service):A national organization that develops agriculturalconservation plans.NSP: The Neighborhood Stabilization Program wasestablished by HUD for the purpose of stabilizingcommunities that have suffered from foreclosures andabandonment.Object Code: An account to which an expense orexpenditure is recorded in order to accumulate andcategorize the various types of payments that are made bygovernments. Object codes are defined in the State ofFlorida Uniform Accounting System.Objective: Specific, measurable statements that support aparticular goal, reflecting the amount of change expectedas a result of the Key Action Steps and other programstrategies.Operating Budget: A comprehensive plan, expressed infinancial terms, by which an operating program is fundedfor a single fiscal year. It includes estimates of a.) theservices, activities and sub activities comprising theCounty’s operation; b.) the resultant expenditurerequirements; and c.) the resources available for thesupport.Operating Transfers: Legally authorized transfers from afund receiving revenue to the fund through which theresources are to be expended.Ordinance: A formal legislative enactment by a localgoverning body. If not in conflict with a state statute orconstitutional provision, it has the full force and effect oflaw within the boundaries of the government to which itapplies.Organization Code (Org Code): An account codenumber within a Department used to differentiate variousprograms and functions.Performance Indicators: Specific quantitative andqualitative measures of work performed as an objective ofthe department.Personal Services: The cost of wages, salaries, and otherfringe benefits such as retirement contributions, socialsecurity, health care and other employee benefits andstipends.Personal Property: Livestock, commercial equipment andfurnishings, attachments to mobile homes, railroad cars andsimilar possessions that are taxable under state law.Policy: A direction that must be followed to advancetoward a goal. The direction can be a course of action or aguiding principle.Program: A single project or activity or a group ofprojects or activities related to a single purpose which areto be carried out in a specified timeframe.Property Appraiser: The elected County officialresponsible for setting property valuations for tax purposesand for preparing the annual tax roll.Property Tax: See ad valorem tax.Proposed Budget: The recommended County budgetsubmitted by the County Manager to the Board of CountyCommissioners for adoption.Proposed Millage: The tax rate certified to a propertyappraiser by each taxing authority within a county. Theproposed millage is to be sent to the County PropertyAppraiser within thirty days after a county’s tax roll iscertified by the State Department of Revenue and listed onnotices sent to property owners. No taxing authority mayapprove a tax rate that is larger than the one it originallyproposed.I - 37


Glossary of TermsProprietary Fund: The County maintains two types ofproprietary funds: enterprise and internal service.Enterprise funds are used for services provided to thepublic on a user charge basis. Internal service funds areused for operations serving other funds or departments on acost-reimbursement basis.PSAP: Public Safety Answering Points.PTI (Pre-Trial Intervention): A service provided, by theProbation Services division, to clients identified by theCourt as an alternative to regular judicial proceedings.QA (Quality Assurance): A method to insure thosequality standards for the county are met. To insure thatdata created meets the accuracy standards for the task.Real Property: Land and buildings and/or other structuresattached to it that are taxable under state law.Rebudget: A process the County uses to reserve a portionof fund balance to honor purchase orders and contracts thatare still in process when appropriations lapse at year-end.Reserve: An account used to indicate that a portion of afund’s balance is legally restricted for a specific purposeand is, therefore, not available for general appropriation.Reserve for Contingencies: An amount set aside,consistent with statutory authority that can subsequently beappropriated to meet unexpected needs.Resolution: A special or temporary order of a legislativebody; an order of a legislative body requiring less legalformality than an ordinance or statute.Revenue: Funds that a government receives as income.These receipts may include tax payments, interest earnings,service charges, grants, and intergovernmental payments.Rolled-Back Rate: That millage rate which, whenmultiplied times the tax roll, exclusive of new constructionadded to the tax roll, would yield the same amount ofrevenue for the taxing authority as was yielded by themillage rate levied in the previous year. In normalcircumstances, as the tax roll rises by the virtue ofincreases in assessments, the rolled-back rate would beslightly lower than the previous year’s millage levy. Thisreduced rate multiplied by the value of the newconstruction and/or annexations added to the tax rollduring the year provides the only source of additional taxrevenue if the rolled-back rate is levied.SBA (Florida State Board of Administration): This isthe State oversight group administering the pooled cashinvestments.SERT (Special Emergency Response Team): A group ofspecialty trained personnel for emergency response.SHIP (State Housing Initiatives Partnership): A statefundedprogram that enables the counties to provide rentalassistance, home purchase assistance, and home repairassistance to low-income citizens.Special Assessment: A compulsory levy imposed oncertain properties to defray part or all of the cost of aspecific improvement or service deemed to primarilybenefit those properties.Special Revenue Bonds: Bonds that are not consideredgeneral obligations of the government, but are to be repaidthrough specific government resources.Special Revenue Fund: A governmental accounting fundused to account for the proceeds of specific revenuesources that are legally restricted to expenditures forspecified purposes.Tax Base: The total property valuations on which eachtaxing authority levies its tax rates.Tax Roll: The Certification of assessed and taxable valuesprepared by the Property Appraiser and presented to thetaxing authority by July 1 (or later if an extension isgranted by the State of Florida) each year.Tax Year: The calendar year in which ad valoremproperty taxes are levied to finance the ensuing fiscal yearbudget. For example, the tax roll for the 2011 calendaryear would be used to compute the ad valorem taxes leviedfor the Fiscal Year 2012 budget.TDC (Tourist Development Council): The TouristDevelopment Council establishes projects, with BCCapproval, to promote tourism in Lake County.Tentative Budget: At its first of two public hearings inSeptember, the Board of County Commissioners sets atentative millage rate and adopts a tentative budget basedon the taxable value of property within the County, ascertified by the Property Appraiser, for the new fiscal yearbeginning October 1 and ending September 30. At thesecond public hearing, the Board adopts a final budget andmillage rate.I - 38


Glossary of TermsTentative Millage: The tax rate adopted in the firstbudget hearing of a taxing agency. Under state law, theagency may reduce, but not increase, the tentativemillage during the final budget hearing.TRIM (Truth in Millage): see Truth in Millage Law.Truth in Millage Law: Also called the TRIM bill. A1980 law enacted by the Florida legislature that changedthe budget process for local taxing agencies. It wasdesigned to keep the public informed about the taxingintentions of the various taxing authorities.Unencumbered Balance: The amount of anappropriation that is neither expended nor encumbered.Uniform Accounting System: The chart of accountsprescribed by the Office of the State Comptroller that isdesigned to standardize financial information to facilitatecomparison and evaluation of reports.User Fees: The fees charged for direct receipt of publicservices.VMT: Vehicle Miles of Travel.Voted Millage: Property tax levies authorized by voterswithin a taxing authority. Bond issues, called generalobligation bonds, that are backed by property taxes are acommon form of voted millage in the State of Florida.WTE: Waste-To-Energy Facility where solid waste isdelivered and disposed by use of the incinerator.Workload: The amount of units produced or servicesprovided for a specific program.I - 39

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